REPORT: Venezuela Projected To Be Worst Performing Economy In 2018

The socialist economy is projected to decline by 11.9% this year.

Venezuela – the nation with the largest oil reserves on earth – is expected to be the worst economy on earth.

As reported by the Economist, Venezuela is expected to post the worst numbers as the year progresses:

“The wounds in Venezuela, likely to be the worst performer with an 11.9% loss, are self-inflicted, as gross mismanagement has led to hyperinflation and a looming sovereign-debt default. North Korea is also paying the price for its policies; it faces ever-tightening international sanctions in response to the growth of its nuclear-weapons programme.”

This is the result of socialism in action.

By all accounts, Venezuela should be an incredibly rich country. With gigantic oil reserves, the country should at the very least be able to provide solid infrastructure and access to goods for their people.

Instead, because of their horrendous socialist rulers, the country is in a disastrous state.

The ever-increasing centralization of power and wealth in the hands of the socialist politicians has ruined that country, and these stats only confirm what everybody already knows: Socialism ends in poverty, suffering, and death.

Spencer Fernando

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and trudeau is following this terrible ordeal to a t. but the sheep don,t have a clue.
we have the third largest oil in the world, and just take a look where we are headed.

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Got that right Alan

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You nailed it, You should take your Truth to the CANADIANS!!

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Think Venezuela is bad, Check out Canada in another six years.