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June 22, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
Degussa, one of the world's largest metals firms, acknowledged that it had melted down gold and silver taken from Holocaust victims. "During National Socialist [Nazi] times, Jewish citizens in Germany and in neighboring occupied countries were forced to give up gold, silver and other precious metals," Degussa said in a statement. "Most of the materials . . . were refined at Degussa."
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June 22, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
Degussa, one of the world's largest metals firms, acknowledged that it had melted down gold and silver taken from Holocaust victims. "During National Socialist [Nazi] times, Jewish citizens in Germany and in neighboring occupied countries were forced to give up gold, silver and other precious metals," Degussa said in a statement. "Most of the materials . . . were refined at Degussa."
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November 29, 2004 | From Reuters
Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA may sell some parts of Citgo Petroleum Corp., its U.S. refining and marketing affiliate, PDVSA's new president said Sunday. "We're looking at it," said Rafael Ramirez, Venezuela's energy minister and the newly named president of PDVSA, in an interview with local television in Caracas. "It depends on the review we make. We'll see what suits us and what doesn't." Ramirez, who was appointed PDVSA chief by President Hugo Chavez on Nov.
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