While Washington and London, for example, are giving away public resources to banks without any clear payback, Caracas instead is not happy with private banks not fulfilling their economic role:
The Associated Press news agency quoted Chavez as saying that banks needed to intervene in the financial system and provide credit to people buying houses or producing food, rather than generate massive earnings for their owners.
Chávez has threatened with sanctions if banks keep draining instead of helping the economy. What seems the way to go rather than massively indebting a whole nation for the benefit of a handful of corrupt greedy bankers.
From Al Jazeera.