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Glancing at other articles in the navbox, there is no reason this article shouldn't be written up more comprehensively as well. --Mr Accountable (talk) 16:47, 6 April 2009 (UTC)
Yes, the article is loaded with context. Nobody's going to read it an be unable to figure out what "Japan" is, or which "Hugo Chavez" is being referred to. WilyD 16:54, 6 April 2009 (UTC)
For instance, China and Venezuela are very deeply involved in developing the petroleum industry in Venezuela, and in writing up very large future contracts for the delivery of petroleum and petroleum products; this impacts Japan very specifically. 1) It puts Venezuela in the position of being quite experienced in trading with East Asia, which includes Japan; and 2) It makes Venezuela a South American regional center of trade competition in petroleum - Japan of course is part of the very competitive East Asian petroleum market, which includes China. China and Japan are already in competition for Peruvian trade and investment opportunity. If the Japanese government doesn't create a strong constructive policy w/Venezuela, China may continue to go ahead and create a "monopoly of trade relations" in Pacific Latin America, (pardon the hyperbole). References available upon request. --Mr Accountable (talk) 17:20, 6 April 2009 (UTC)
Mr Accountable, I think you misunderstand the "no context" speedy deletion criterion. It was blatantly misapplied here, so it's understandable you're confused. An article that says "John is an accountant, his office is on main street" provides no context - no reader or editor will every figure out who you're talking about. "Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez" provides context - everyone can figure out who you're talking about. WilyD 17:26, 6 April 2009 (UTC)