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Policy Daily Review February 12, 2018

Policy Daily Review for February 12, 2018

VENEZUELA: Government Rebuffs U.S. Statement On Presidential Elections

The Venezuelan government rebuffed a statement issued by the U.S. State Department, and denounced that Washington “intends to make a judgment regarding the results of the presidential elections” scheduled to April 22.

 

COLOMBIA: Government Launches Economic Strategy For Venezuelan Migration

The Colombian government revealed what it called as a “comprehensive strategy” to deal with the wave of migration from Venezuela, which includes investments in social services, transportation, and basic sanitation products such as meat and milk, among others.

 

Justice Department’s third-in-command Rachel Brand is leaving: reports

Rachel Brand, the No. 3-ranking official at the Department of Justice behind Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions and Deputy Atty. Gen. Rod Rosenstein, plans to l

 

Cryptocurrency regulation is ‘inevitable’ says IMF boss Christine Lagarde

IMF chief Christine Lagarde says it’s only a matter of time before cryptocurrencies come under government regulation.

 

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