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Venezuela uses foreign partners to feed refineries: sources

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Venezuela’s state-run PDVSA is siphoning oil from its cash-paying joint ventures with foreign firms to feed its domestic refineries, two sources close to the matter said, at a time when late debt payments have triggered defaults.
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