Gas Prices Rise and COVID-19 Restrictions Loosen in Venezuela

    Jun 03, 2020 @ 10:45 AM / by Morgan Grenier

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    June 1 marked a day of changing times in Venezuela. The price of gasoline in the country has been among the lowest in the world for decades, and in recent years, currency depreciation has made the resource practically free.

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    Venezuela’s Hyperinflation & Dollarization

    Feb 17, 2020 @ 01:53 AM / by Alex Davis

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    For years, Venezuela’s currency (currently the VES, was VEF) was the only currency legal to use within the country. However, with hyperinflation and a rapidly depreciating currency, using the VES was often difficult. Although not technically legal, transactions would often still occur using U.S. dollars, as it is a stable currency.

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    Protests, Seizures, and Currency Depreciation: Conditions in Venezuela continue to worsen

    Apr 26, 2017 @ 10:04 AM / by Morgan Grenier

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    While the official exchange rate for Venezuelan Bolivares Fuertes is USD1.00=VEF10.00, the black market rate in Caracas on Friday, April 24th reached 4711.73 bolivars per USD

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    Venezuela: New Name, Same Result

    Apr 07, 2016 @ 04:26 PM / by Christopher Zeitz

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    The DICOM has depreciated against the US Dollar, although this rate is still much stronger than the black market rate of...

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