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I am currently working on establishing a bakery business in Venezuela aimed at serving both its domestic demand, also the Latin America economies through the export to those economies of the tradable goods that are produced in Venezuela.

As part of my project, I am indeed considering the economy of Venezuela for what concerns the issue of the restructuring of its foreign debt, also the government adoption of market reforms with the full enforcement of the private property rights.

The bakery project is in fact aimed at producing high quality products with the highest affordability and food security standards on the market.

This is meant to commence by the end of 2020 and to proceed in the course of 2021, as  for benefiting from the streghtening of the euro currency due to the inflow of capital from those less competitive economies with a current account deficit - namely that are damaged by asset bubbles veiling the underling financial fragilities eventually leading to the correction of the market values of those overvalued financial systems - are expected for the next few years starting from 2019.

Moreover, I am aimed at constantly developing an up-to-date macroeconomic and financial analysis on the most recent monetary developments at the global level, monitoring the global financial system and the flows of capital, in order to support the creation of an investment group from the periphery of the eurozone - that currently benefits from a global reserve currency - for investing into the emerging and the developing economies.


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