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Corporación Venezolana de Guayana
Type Conglomerates
State-owned enterprise
(Public)
Founded 1960
Headquarters Venezuela Guayana, Bolivar State, Venezuela
Industry Metal, Wood, Energy, Telecommunications and Automotive (TBA)
Products Metal, Wood, Energy, Telecommunications and Automotive (TBA)
Revenue $ ? billion (2006)
Bs. ? billion (2006)
Operating income $ ? billion (2006)
Bs. ? billion (2006)
Net income $ ? billion (2006)
Bs. ? billion (2006)
Employees 18,000 (2006)
Parent Venezuelan Government
Bolívar State Government
Subsidiaries CVG Proforca
CVG Alcasa
CVG Telecom
CVG Bauxilum
CVG Venalum
CVG Minerven
CVG Edelca
CVG Carbonorca
CVG Alunasa
CVG Cabelum
CVG Internacional
CVG Ferrocasa
CVG Tecmin
CVG Alucasa
CVG Ferrominera
CVG Conacal
Website CVG (Spanish)

The Corporacion Venezolana de Guayana is a decentralized state owned Venezuelan enterprise, located in the Guayana region in the southeast of the country.

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Purpose

It deals with properly and sustainably taking advantage of the valuable hydric and forestry resources, iron, bauxite, gold and diamonds, in addition to other existent minerals and singular natural beauties within the region of Guayana, mainly situated in the Venezuelan state of Bolívar, to foster national development through economic diversification based on a policy of strategic alliances with domestic and foreign, public and private capitals.

Structure

CVG is a large conglomerate composed of 16 enterprises and over 18,000 employees and it constitutes the economic and social axis of a region comprised by five states and more than half of the country’s territory.

Enterprises

  • CVG Alcasa
  • CVG Bauxilum
  • CVG Proforca
  • CVG Telecom
  • CVG Venalum
  • CVG Minerven
  • CVG Electrificación del Caroní (CVG Edelca)
  • CVG Carbonorca
  • CVG Alunasa
  • CVG Cabelum
  • CVG Internacional
  • CVG Ferrocasa
  • CVG Tecmin
  • CVG Alucasa
  • CVG Ferrominera
  • CVG Conacal

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