A vendor counts money at a vegetable street market in Caracas, Venezuela, on Aug. 17. Venezuela's imports from its six biggest trading partners including Brazil, the U.S., China, Argentina, Mexico and Colombia fell to $840.5 million in June, the lowest level in at least a decade. Food riots broke out in June.
A vendor counts money at a vegetable street market in Caracas, Venezuela, on Aug. 17. Venezuela's imports from its six biggest trading partners including Brazil, the U.S., China, Argentina, Mexico and Colombia fell to $840.5 million in June, the lowest level in at least a decade. Food riots broke out in June. Wilfredo Riera Bloomberg
A vendor counts money at a vegetable street market in Caracas, Venezuela, on Aug. 17. Venezuela's imports from its six biggest trading partners including Brazil, the U.S., China, Argentina, Mexico and Colombia fell to $840.5 million in June, the lowest level in at least a decade. Food riots broke out in June. Wilfredo Riera Bloomberg

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