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"New" Venezuelan Currency
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So at some point we had "Bolivares" as the currency, then it was changed to "Bolivares Fuertes", the only difference was that it had less 0's to make the economy look fine (I.E: 1000 bolivares would be 1 bolivar fuerte although the cost would be exactly the same).

Some time ago that kind of strategy repeated again, now we have "Bolivares Soberanos".

The price tags of both BFS and BSS can be seen in some supermarkets and stuff but mostly you'll hear from the BSS.

On an unrelated note, I saw a picture in facebook with a mountain of 100 bolivares bills next a single dollar, and it was stupid to see the followers of the president say that it was the united states doing some kind of "yankee invasion", one of the excuses for how we are is trying to brainwash people that the US is making us bad, and some people believe it.

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I just wonder how long this is going to last.
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(2018-07-23 10:47:14)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote: I just wonder how long this is going to last.

Cuba has been in a dictatorship for 60 years, not sure about North Korea and Mexico willingly voted for a president that supports Maduro, it feels like it's gonna be a loooong time.
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that's good, the economy is fucked, in the meanwhile you don't have to bring a wheelbarrow full of cash to the groceries.
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(2018-07-23 19:36:00)Nero Wrote: that's good, the economy is fucked, in the meanwhile you don't have to bring a wheelbarrow full of cash to the groceries.

Bills aren't really used that much because they're hard to find so not really (Most people pay with bank cards)
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(2018-07-23 12:03:48)I Wrote:
(2018-07-23 10:47:14)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote: I just wonder how long this is going to last.

Cuba has been in a dictatorship for 60 years, not sure about North Korea and Mexico willingly voted for a president that supports Maduro, it feels like it's gonna be a loooong time.

Cuba is slowly beginning the process of undoing the disaster. But do keep in mind that Cuba stood strong due to support from the USSR for as long as it stood, and (unsurprisingly) Venezuela lately. The USSR is gone and Venezuela, as you know, is in no condition to support anyone else.
And China, the formerly rising communist power, is no longer communist, not in practice at least. All that's left is North Korea, which is starved for money.

Fortunately, the global landscape has become very negative for communist dictators.
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(2018-07-24 07:03:11)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote: Fortunately, the global landscape has become very negative for communist dictators.

Thank the lord God almighty that I grew out of my communist-socialist phase... those were darker days.
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more like unfortunately
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