Great Britain says, no gold for Venezuela’s Maduro

That is the latest victory for Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who won a series of legal battles over the gold after the British government recognized him, not Maduro, as president of the Latin American country.

On Friday, July 29, Britain's Supreme Court rejected Nicolas Maduro's latest effort to gain control of Venezuela's nearly US$2 billion gold reserves stored in the Bank of England's underground vaults in London.

The court ruled that the Maduro-backed Venezuelan Supreme Court's ruling . . .

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