The Court of Appeals has set aside July's High Court judgement, which found that Britain's recognition of opposition leader Juan Guaido as "constitutional interim president of Venezuela" was conclusive.
Considered a ‘safe haven’ during crises, the yellow metal is being stockpiled by central banks around the world, adding 650 tonnes to their reserves in the last year.
A judge in London has said the British government had "unequivocally recognised" opposition leader Juan Guaido as Venezuela's president, in a battle over gold bullion held at the Bank of England.
To suit their political aims, both President Nicholas Maduro and his Western-backed opponent, Juan Guaido, want to withdraw Venezuelan gold stashed in the Bank of England’s deposits in London.
More than 130,000 people signed an online petition after it emerged that the new notes contained small amounts of tallow – which comes from cows and sheep.
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