FILE - In this Feb. 23, 2013 file photo, a protester holds up a fake bill that reads in Spanish "This is the revolution. Poor Bolivar" with the value of 100 crossed out and 54 written next to it, at ... more 
FILE - In this Feb. 23, 2013 file photo, a protester holds up a fake bill that reads in Spanish "This is the revolution. Poor Bolivar" with the value of 100 crossed out and 54 written next to it, at an opposition demonstration against of the devaluation of the currency in Caracas, Venezuela. Thousands of companies suffer under currency controls that all but deny them the U.S. dollars they need to import vital items into this oil-rich country, from food to cars to spare parts, even gasoline. Venezuelan firms must sell their wares at state-controlled prices that don't reflect the 22 percent inflation rate, the highest in Latin America. Even Venezuela's socialist government admits the controls don't work, but its attention is focused on the April 14, 2013 election to replace the late President Hugo Chavez. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos, File) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Ariana Cubillos, File
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