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Venezuela 2

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Venezuela 2

  1. 1. ! VENEZUELA “Wealth - Courage - Independence”
  2. 2. Venezuela - The Basics
  3. 3. Venezuela - The Basics Population:
  4. 4. Venezuela - The Basics Population: 25.7 Million
  5. 5. Venezuela - The Basics Population: 25.7 Million Males: 70
  6. 6. Venezuela - The Basics Population: 25.7 Million Males: 70 Females: 77
  7. 7. Physical Characteristics
  8. 8. Physical Characteristics Approximately Twice as large as California
  9. 9. Physical Characteristics Approximately Twice as large as California North: Borders the Caribbean Sea
  10. 10. Physical Characteristics Approximately Twice as large as California North: Borders the Caribbean Sea South: Brazil
  11. 11. Physical Characteristics Approximately Twice as large as California North: Borders the Caribbean Sea South: Brazil West: Colombia
  12. 12. Physical Characteristics Approximately Twice as large as California North: Borders the Caribbean Sea South: Brazil West: Colombia East: Guyana
  13. 13. Industry
  14. 14. Industry Major export: Oil*
  15. 15. Industry Major export: Oil* Accounts for 1/2 of the governments money
  16. 16. Industry Major export: Oil* Accounts for 1/2 of the governments money 5th largest oil producer in the world
  17. 17. Industry Major export: Oil* Accounts for 1/2 of the governments money 5th largest oil producer in the world Provides U.S. with 13% of our oil
  18. 18. Industry Major export: Oil* Accounts for 1/2 of the governments money 5th largest oil producer in the world Provides U.S. with 13% of our oil Citgo
  19. 19. Industry Major export: Oil* Accounts for 1/2 of the governments money 5th largest oil producer in the world Provides U.S. with 13% of our oil Citgo U.S. is its biggest trading partner
  20. 20. Industry Major export: Oil* Accounts for 1/2 of the governments money 5th largest oil producer in the world Provides U.S. with 13% of our oil Citgo U.S. is its biggest trading partner Major import: Raw materials
  21. 21. International Issues ! !
  22. 22. International Issues Government leader: ! !
  23. 23. International Issues Government leader: Hugo Chavez -Very critical of the U.S. ! !
  24. 24. International Issues Government leader: Hugo Chavez -Very critical of the U.S. Has a history of “making friends” with: ! !
  25. 25. International Issues Government leader: Hugo Chavez -Very critical of the U.S. Has a history of “making friends” with: Saddam Hussein ! !
  26. 26. International Issues Government leader: Hugo Chavez -Very critical of the U.S. Has a history of “making friends” with: Saddam Hussein Fidel Castro ! !
  27. 27. International Issues Government leader: Hugo Chavez -Very critical of the U.S. Has a history of “making friends” with: Saddam Hussein Fidel Castro ! ! Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
  28. 28. International Issues Government leader: Hugo Chavez -Very critical of the U.S. Has a history of “making friends” with: Saddam Hussein Fidel Castro ! ! Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Kim Jong Il
  29. 29. International Issues Government leader: Hugo Chavez -Very critical of the U.S. Has a history of “making friends” with: Saddam Hussein Fidel Castro ! ! Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Kim Jong Il Believed to be funding rebels in Colombia
  30. 30. National Issues
  31. 31. National Issues 60% live under “extreme poverty”
  32. 32. National Issues 60% live under “extreme poverty” Chavez taking more control of the government
  33. 33. National Issues 60% live under “extreme poverty” Chavez taking more control of the government Newspapers
  34. 34. National Issues 60% live under “extreme poverty” Chavez taking more control of the government Newspapers Television
  35. 35. National Issues 60% live under “extreme poverty” Chavez taking more control of the government Newspapers Television Companies
  36. 36. National Issues 60% live under “extreme poverty” Chavez taking more control of the government Newspapers Television Companies Does not want protests

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