Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido (left) declared himself president after the incumbent, President Nicolas Maduro (right), won a controversial election. Photo: AFPVenezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido (left) declared himself president after the incumbent, President Nicolas Maduro (right), won a controversial election. Photo: AFP
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido (left) declared himself president after the incumbent, President Nicolas Maduro (right), won a controversial election. Photo: AFP

Caught in the middle of Venezuela’s power struggle, a worried China weighs its options

  • Chinese officials in Caracas and Beijing ponder how to deal with self-declared interim president Juan Guaido
  • Future of Chinese oil projects in Venezuela and nearly US$20 billion of unpaid debt at stake

Topic |   Venezuela
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido (left) declared himself president after the incumbent, President Nicolas Maduro (right), won a controversial election. Photo: AFPVenezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido (left) declared himself president after the incumbent, President Nicolas Maduro (right), won a controversial election. Photo: AFP
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido (left) declared himself president after the incumbent, President Nicolas Maduro (right), won a controversial election. Photo: AFP
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