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Venezuela: Most-Used Banknote Now Good Into New Year

Venezuela’s government Saturday extended the use of its 100-bolivar bill until January 2, after its decision to pull the banknote out of circulation left the country largely without cash, and sparked protests and looting. President Nicolas Maduro said the decision to put Venezuela’s most widely used note back in use was made because the promised higher-denomination replacement bills were unavailable because three planes transporting them were “victims of sabotage.” He did not give details...

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