Hyperinflation in Venezuela - in pictures

See how everyday products have escalated in price - and how much cash locals will need to buy them

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Venezuela has devalued its currency by about 95 per cent ahead of the rollout of a new bolivar as part of a recovery plan that seeks to loosen the grip of hyperinflation on the country.

In recent weeks, goods have skyrocketed in price, leaving locals needing piles of cash to purchase household essentials.


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