The global investment bank has arguably afforded the oppressive and growingly unpopular reign of President Nicolás Maduro a small but significant lifeline. In a deal accused of abetting hunger and dictatorship, Goldman Sachs’ recent purchase of $2.8 billion worth of Venezuelan government debt shows how wealthy and powerful financial firms continue to exploit fragile states for profit.
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(Demonstrators protest against human rights violations in Venezuela outside the National Gallery in London on 10 June. Image Credit: Tej Parikh)