Andrew Rosati

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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

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

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Twenty years ago, the late Hugo Chavez promised to save democracy in Venezuela.

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