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Venezuela delays 100-bolivar banknote withdrawal
  Venezuela's currency worth less than 'World of Warcraft' gold


year 2017 Top ^

Aug.11
  Dolar Today, a website that tracks the black market rate of the Venezuelan currency, puts the exchange rate at about 10,987 Bolívars per dollar


year 2016 Top ^

Dec.17
  President Nicolas Maduro has delayed the withdrawal of the 100-bolivar banknote until 2 January

Dec.11
  The Venezuelan government has announced it will replace the country's highest-denomination banknotes with coins within 72 hours


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Oct.23 Venezuela Central Bank sues US-based DolarToday website
  Central Bank has filed a lawsuit at a court in Delaware against the US-based website DolarToday

year 2013 Top ^

Nov.6 Venezuela tightens control of foreign exchange
  President Maduro is tightening control of the foreign exchange system to fight what he calls an 'economic war' being waged against his government

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Jan.11 Stores face punishment after devaluation
  Inspectors, aided by the military, shut down 70 stores as a sanction for allegedly adjusting prices in the wake of a currency devaluation Jan.10   Chavez: military will monitor prices
  In the wake of devaluation currency, Chavez on said he would put the military on the streets to ensure that business owners don't raise prices
Jan.8 Venezuela will slash value of currency  President Hugo Chavez has announced that the bolivar will be devalued for the first time since 2005 by at least 17%

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Dec.6 Inflation worries
  Inflation is beginning to eat away at Venezuela's economy despite efforts by Chavez's government to put a cap on swiftly rising prices Apr.30   Venezuela to pull out of IMF, World Bank
  President Chavez announced he would make a symbolic move because the nation has already paid off its debts to the lending institutions


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Feb.5   Currency rate fixed
  Chavez suspended the sale of dollars for two weeks because of a crippling general strike Jan.6 Bankers set to join general strike  The nation's private bankers plan to meet Wednesday to call a 48-hour strike


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