Opposition attacks bank for backing Nicolás Maduro’s ‘dictatorial regime’ as it makes ‘a quick buck off the suffering of the Venezuelan people’

Goldman Sachs has confirmed it has bought $2.8bn worth of bonds from Venezuela’s crisis-torn government in a move opposition leaders have decried for propping up the country’s “dictatorial regime”.

The Wall Street Journal first reported on Sunday that the bank had bought $2.8bn worth of bonds held by the country’s central bank.

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