South Korean business delegation will visit Venezuela 07:10 AM Seoul .- A delegation of South Korean energy and construction companies, as well as representatives of the Government of Seoul from Sunday to visit various countries in Latin America to strengthen diplomatic and economic ties in the region, Venezuela is the agenda. A score of South Korean officials and businessmen visited the country in addition to Bolivia, Ecuador and Mexico for two weeks, today the South Korean agency Yonhap. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Korea, the visit aims to boost diplomatic ties and trade in the fields of energy, natural resources and climate change, EFE reported. The delegation will travel to the Americas will be composed, among others, responsible for state-owned companies, such as the Korea National Oil Oil, and private, as the divisions of the construction of Posco and GS. Since the South Korean president Lee Myung-bak arrived in power last year has focused its efforts overseas in what has been called "energy diplomacy" to secure agreements allowing the Asian country better access to raw materials. A number of South Korean multinationals operating in the fields of energy in countries like Bolivia or Mexico, although this view with the Asian country seeks to expand its activities in Latin America.
Good thing the USA allow S.A. nations to renegotiate their loans in the latter half of the 20th century. We did not let you go bankrupt. As you surmised, the reason was natural resources. Now, how about some payback? Buy some US treasuries, otherwise we will not protect you from the revolutionaries in Cuba.
Btw, the word fluida is probably better translated as flowing.