The flow of easy oil will continue: Venezuela envoy
Santo Domingo.- Through the Petrocaribe agreement with Venezuela, Dominican Republic receives US$700.0 million financing for oil annually, affirmed Industry and Commerce minister José de Castillo on Monday.

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