Ciudad Guayana

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Ciudad Gua·ya·na

 (gwə-yä′nə, gwä-yä′nä)
A city of eastern Venezuela on the Orinoco River. It was founded in 1961 as a planned community.
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Ciudad Guayana

(Spanish siuˈðað ɡwaˈjana)
(Placename) an industrial conurbation in E Venezuela, on the River Orinoco: iron and steel processing, gold mining. Pop: 807 000 (2005 est). Former name: Santo Tomé de Guayana
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Ciu•dad Gua•ya•na

(syuˈðɑð gwɑˈyɑ nɑ)
a city in NE Venezuela, on the Orinoco River. 453,047.
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There are also the cases of two people who were burned alive in the capital; the murder of Nelson Moncada--one of the judges who sentenced Voluntad Popular leader Leopoldo Lopez to 14 years in jail--who was pumped full of bullets for refusing to pay a "street toll" to opposition groups; looting in Maracay; the burning of 51 public buses in Ciudad Guayana, in the eastern state of Botivar; and the dozens of people who have been found dying in the streets, with stab wounds all over their bodies.
El objetivo del presente estudio es detectar areas de mejora en la gestion ambiental de las pymes industriales de Ciudad Guayana, por medio de la medicion del grado de cumplimiento por parte de las empresas de un conjunto de variables que representan las mejores practicas en este campo.
Trabajo de grado, Universidad Nacional Experimental de Guayana, Ciudad Guayana, Upata, Venezuela.