Oil Minister heads for NYC to contact international banks
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro reported that the Central Bank of Venezuela is included in one of the agreements with China to "take care of the revamp of the Bank".
Venezuelan Vice-President for Economic Affairs and Minister of Petroleum and Mining, Rafael Ramírez, will travel soon to New York to get in touch with international banks and investment funds, Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro disclosed.
One and a half month, Ramírez visited London. During a meeting with investors, he informed about a exchange convergence in the short term and also unification of parallel funds.
In a press conference, Maduro said that following the agreements executed with China, his government expects Chinese firms to invest in special development areas. He noted that one of the agreements includes the Central Bank of Venezuela.
"The agreement with the Central Bank is for comprehensive cooperation, to deal with several subject matters, such as stronger Venezuelan reserves this year and in upcoming years; in addition to taking care of debt management, better terms and conditions and the overhaul of the Central Bank."