Andrew Rosati

Bloomberg

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Reporter Andrew Rosati covers the economy and government in Venezuela for Bloomberg. He is based in Caracas.

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Yesterday's election in Venezuela brought more deadly street violence, while polling sites were quiet.

Opposition claims fraud after Venezuela vote

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