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FILE- In this Jan. 29, 2008 file photo, a Colombian vendor of smuggled gasoline from Venezuela, waits for clients on a a street corner in Cucuta, Colombia. As home to the world's cheapest gasoline, Venezuela has long had to contend with the hemorrhaging of supplies as smugglers haul gas across the border to cash in where the fuel costs far more. In neighboring Colombia, drivers pay 40 times as much as Venezuelans to tank up — $1.25 a liter ($4.73 a gallon), compared to 3 U.S. cents a liter (11 cents a gallon). (AP Photo/Fernando Llano, File)

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