Workers In Venezuela Freed After Being Held By Government For Not Meeting Production Output GoalsMark Melin
Private company employees at a Pepsi-Cola bottling plant in Venezuela have been freed by the government after being held for reduced production output. The plant and its employees have been a political football in the past, bandied about by the Socialist government of Nicolas Maduro in a war of words with the U.S. over “economic war . . .
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