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The state of Venezuela currently finds itself in a beleaguered state. The downturn in global commodity prices, particularly oil (Venezuela’s chief export), has hit the Venezuelan economy hard. In this article, Achyut Mishra attempts to analyse the relationship between a Commodity Price Shock (henceforth CPS) and various macroeconomic indicators of Venezuelan economy.
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