Nicolás Maduro
Nicolás Maduro in meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in Saadabad Palace.jpg
63rd President of Venezuela
Assumed office 19 April 2013Acting: 5 March 2013 – 19 April 2013
Vice President Jorge Arreaza (2013–16)Aristóbulo Istúriz (2016–17)Tareck El Aissami (since 2017)
Preceded by Hugo Chávez
Secretary General of the Non-Aligned Movement
Assumed office 17 September 2016
Preceded by Hassan Rouhani
President pro tempore of the Union of South American Nations
Assumed office 23 April 2016
Preceded by Tabaré Vázquez
Vice President of Venezuela
In office 13 October 2012 – 5 March 2013
President Hugo Chávez
Preceded by Elías Jaua
Succeeded by Jorge Arreaza
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office 9 August 2006 – 15 January 2013
President Hugo Chávez
Preceded by Alí Rodríguez Araque
Succeeded by Elías Jaua
President of the National Assembly
In office 5 January 2005 – 7 August 2006
Preceded by Francisco Ameliach
Succeeded by Cilia Flores
Personal details
Born Nicolás Maduro Moros(1962-11-23) 23 November 1962 (age 54)Caracas, Venezuela
Political party United Socialist Party (2007–present)Fifth Republic Movement (Before 2007)
Spouse(s) Cilia Flores
Children Nicolás Maduro Guerra[1]
Residence Miraflores Palace
Website Official website

Venezuela's Economy

Senor Maduro
I see with some disappointment and distress Venezuela's economic travails. I would like to recommend Canadian schools of business and economics as being capable partners in advising Venezuela on economic issues. The rich oil resources of Venezuela provide a strong base for Venezuela's economy given a sound price for oil. Venezuela may have undiscovered mineral resources too such as gold, platinum and silver. A trainable work force may create jobs in the auto manufacturing or auto component manufacturing industry. A sound internet network infrastructure opens doors for entrepreneurial participation by elements of society otherwise limited in contributing economically for themselves and the country. Tourism depends on stable social and economic conditions. Venezuela is acting in its self-interest by making good international contacts which advance its trade and intellectual development. I am sure with some thought and work Venezuela will make progress for its own good.

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