It's No Embargo, But Venezuela Sanctions Likely To Send Firms Fleeing

New U.S. sanctions against Venezuela fall short of a crippling embargo but are still likely to accelerate an exodus of foreign firms from any business involving the oil-rich nation, legal experts have said.

The White House announced last week, via an executive order, that U.S. firms would be prohibited from dealing with any entity belonging to the Venezuelan government.

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