A man counts his 100-bolivar notes next to a sign alerting customers with a message in Spanish that reads: “100-bolivar notes will only be received until Tuesday, 12-13-16,” inside a bakery in downtown Caracas on Monday. Venezuelans are rushing to spend their 100-bolivar notes after a surprise announcement that they will be taken out of circulation this week.
A man counts his 100-bolivar notes next to a sign alerting customers with a message in Spanish that reads: “100-bolivar notes will only be received until Tuesday, 12-13-16,” inside a bakery in downtown Caracas on Monday. Venezuelans are rushing to spend their 100-bolivar notes after a surprise announcement that they will be taken out of circulation this week. Fernando Llano AP
A man counts his 100-bolivar notes next to a sign alerting customers with a message in Spanish that reads: “100-bolivar notes will only be received until Tuesday, 12-13-16,” inside a bakery in downtown Caracas on Monday. Venezuelans are rushing to spend their 100-bolivar notes after a surprise announcement that they will be taken out of circulation this week. Fernando Llano AP

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