WALL STREET JOURNAL

Hugo Chávez moves to seize oil contractors' assets

 

WALL STREET JOURNAL

Venezuela's President Hugo Chávez said Thursday his government will seize the local assets of some international oil-service companies starting Friday -- a response to threats by several firms to stop their work in Venezuela because of nonpayment of bills owed by state-run oil giant Petróleos de Venezuela SA.
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