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July 15, 2015
A waiter counts Venezuelan bolivar notes, corresponding to the bill for a lunch of 4 people, at a restaurant...
Caracas, Venezuela
A waiter counts Venezuelan bolivar notes, corresponding to the bill for a lunch of 4 people, at a restaurant...
A waiter counts Venezuelan bolivar notes, corresponding to the bill for a lunch of 4 people, at a restaurant in Caracas July 14, 2015. The bill was 13,126 bolivars, equivalent to 2,067 U.S. dollars at the official exchange rate of 6.3 bolivars per dollar or approximately 20 U.S. dollars according to the black market exchange rate. A debilitating recession and a drop in oil prices have harmed the OPEC nation's ability to provide dollars through its complex three-tiered currency control system, pushing up the black market rate at a dizzying speed. The bolivar sank past 600 per U.S. dollar on July 9, 2015, compared with 73 a year ago, according to anti-government website DolarToday. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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