Venezuela Devalues

Feb 11, 2013

Venezuela’s government has devalued its currency, bowing to inflationary pressure in a move that analysts say could have anti-Chavez political implications. The Bolivar has been reset to VEB6.30 per USD from VEB4.30. “Inflation [22.2% headline year-on-year] is now endemic...

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