What does it mean to live in a country with hyperinflation? Venezuelans respond

The drama of Venezuela's political conflict has brought its worst economic crisis in decades. Venezuela's currency, the bolivar, is being hit by hyperinflation that has resulted in severe shortages of basic goods like food and medicine. The inflation rate in the country is expected to hit 13,000% in 2018 as it recovers from a 2,600% inflation rate from the past year. Up to 40,000 Venezuelans cross daily into C'ucuta on Colombian border. Most of them are crossing the Sim'on Bol'ivar...

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