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February 16, 2009 5:59 PM

Chavez wins this round, but Venezuela's bill is coming due

President Hugo Chavez faces a coming crisis that could imperil his ambitious plans. The global economic crisis and the 75 percent drop in oil prices are expected to halve Venezuela's oil income this year, the country's economic lifeblood.

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