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An oil well operated by Venezuela's state-owned oil company PDVSA in Morichal, Venezuela, on July 28, 2011. Venezuela will fulfill its compromise of co-financing with its Brazilian counterpart Petrobras the construction of the Abreu y Lima oil refinery that would process 240,000 oil drums per day, venezuela's Oil and Energy Minister Rafael Ramirez said on July 29, 2011.   AFP PHOTO/Ramon SAHMKOW (Photo credit should read RAMON SAHMKOW/AFP/Getty Images)
An oil well operated by Venezuela's state-owned oil company PDVSA in Morichal, Venezuela, on July 28, 2011. Venezuela will fulfill its compromise of co-financing with its Brazilian counterpart Petrobras the construction of the Abreu y Lima oil refinery that would process 240,000 oil drums per day, venezuela's Oil and Energy Minister Rafael Ramirez said on July 29, 2011.   AFP PHOTO/Ramon SAHMKOW (Photo credit should read RAMON SAHMKOW/AFP/Getty Images)

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Sinopec, una de las más importantes empresas estatales chinas de petróleo y gas, demandó a Petróleos de Venezuela por la suma de 23.000 millones de dólares. La empresa china acusa a la venezolana de incumplimiento de contrato y conspiración para defraudar. ¿Se le acabó la paciencia a los asiáticos?

China a Venezuela: ¿ya no más?

Sinopec, una de las más importantes empresas estatales chinas de petróleo y gas, demandó a Petróleos de Venezuela por la suma de 23.000 millones de dólares. La empresa china acusa a la venezolana de incumplimiento de contrato y conspiración para defraudar. ¿Se le acabó la paciencia a los asiáticos?