The Consequences of the Energy Crisis

Carlos Mora Vanegas was faced with the reality of the energy crisis which wasfacing the world,and serious problems have resulted from the energy, what this has impacted on the rise in oil prices to historical record and how it affected the price, consumption food, causing a serious global crisis, reflected in many countries where hunger is manifested as a destructive scourge, generating chaos, loss of life, it is necessary that in South America, the Caribbean and Central America seek ways how to deal with this situation, knowing the poverty that many Caribbean countries, Central and Latin held to form an alliance, cohesion of countries facing such a situation. Such is the case for the relevance, importance, generating a positive impact to be part of PetroCaribe was created June 29, 2005 from energy cooperation agreement signed by 14 countries at a meeting of heads of State and Government Caribbean held in the city of Puerto La Cruz (Venezuela). The Alliance promotes undoubtedly many Central American countries, Caribbean, especially because they are unfortunately dependent on oil countries and to be acquired in order to give life to their productions in all aspects to ensure that expresses an economy that favors him to all who live in them. Fortunately, it has an oil-rich country like Venezuela and where the new administration of President Chavez, who has given a new twist to the Foreign Trade Policy of the country and opening a new integration, more proactive that of previous governments, provides an opportunity for many of the countries in the region to rely on the suggestions generated PetroCaribe membership, its benefits, investments, shares, in order to be partners in many activities that favor in its economy according to the interests of each country to join the Association.

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