Hopping From Venezuela To Colombia To Evade Currency Controls
June 8, 2014
Venezuelans in need of U.S. dollars are restricted by government controls in the amount they can purchase legally. So many head across the border to Colombia. Hundreds of money-changers are at work in the border town of Cucuta, which also sets the exchange rate for the black market in Venezuela.
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titles: "Hopping From Venezuela To Colombia To Evade Currency Controls",