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or regulations that ban competition, or reserve exclusive control over factors of production for the government. The state-owned petroleum companies that are common in oil-rich developing countries (such as Aramco in Saudi Arabia or PDVSA in Venezuela) are examples of government monopolies created through nationalization of resources and existing firms; the United States Postal Service is an example of a coercive monopoly created through laws that ban potential competitors such as UPS (United Parcel Service) or FedEx from offering competing services (in this case, first-class and standard (formerly called "third-class") mail delivery). 1 (#Footnotes) 15 January 2006 In exile in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia between August 2, 1990, and March 15, 1991 due to the Iraq (History of Iraq (1968–2003))i invasion of Kuwait. - - Flight 740 (PIA Flight 740) 30 mi N of Ta'if, Saudi Arabia November 26, 1979 Boeing 707-340C (Boeing 707) In-flight fire -


Venezuela

which expresses support for Dr Sharp and the Albert Einstein Institution. The petition was signed by many prominent left-wing scholars and activists, including Howard Zinn and Noam Chomsky. Latin American ships A number of similar ships have been built by the Astilleros Celaya S.A. shipyard in Bilbao for Latin American Navies, possibly following the Blohm & Voss design. The hulls and rigging of these ships are very similar, the main differences are in the superstructure and they also have larger tanks for both diesel (Diesel fuel) and water, and they are also longer. These ships are the ''Gloria (ARC Gloria)'' (1967, Colombia), the ''Guayas (Guayas (ship))'' (1976, Ecuador), the ''Simón Bolívar (Simón Bolívar (barque))'' (1979, Venezuela), and the ''Cuauhtémoc (ARM Cuauhtémoc (BE01))'' (1982, Mexico). "Big In Japan" was Alphaville's biggest hit, topping the charts in Germany, Greece


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