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VENEZUELA-SMUGGLING/
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January 20, 2016
Luis Olarte, 38, a shopkeeper waits for clients at a small shop filled with subsidized goods smuggled...
PUERTO SANTANDER, Colombia
Luis Olarte, 38, a shopkeeper waits for clients at a small shop filled with subsidized goods smuggled...
Luis Olarte, 38, a shopkeeper waits for clients at a small shop filled with subsidized goods smuggled over from Venezuela in the border town of Puerto Santander, Colombia September 8, 2015. Driven by a deepening economic crisis, smuggling across Venezuela's land and maritime borders - as well as illicit domestic trading - has accelerated to unprecedented levels and is transforming society. Although smuggling has a centuries-old history here, the socialist government's generous subsidies and a currency collapse have given it a dramatic new impetus. To match Insight VENEZUELA-SMUGGLING/ Picture taken September 8, 2015. REUTERS/Girish Gupta
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