A woman holds a bag of bread as people line up to buy bread at a bakery in Caracas, Venezuela, on Friday, March 17, 2017. Venezuelan bakeries are the latest industry to find themselves in the cross-hairs of President Nicolas Maduros administration as bread lines grow in the capital Caracas. The government has ordered bakers to use scarce supplies of flour to produce price-controlled loaves and said that only 10 percent can be used to make the unregulated, pricey treats loved by Venezuelans.
A woman holds a bag of bread as people line up to buy bread at a bakery in Caracas, Venezuela, on Friday, March 17, 2017. Venezuelan bakeries are the latest industry to find themselves in the cross-hairs of President Nicolas Maduros administration as bread lines grow in the capital Caracas. The government has ordered bakers to use scarce supplies of flour to produce price-controlled loaves and said that only 10 percent can be used to make the unregulated, pricey treats loved by Venezuelans. Wil Riera Bloomberg
A woman holds a bag of bread as people line up to buy bread at a bakery in Caracas, Venezuela, on Friday, March 17, 2017. Venezuelan bakeries are the latest industry to find themselves in the cross-hairs of President Nicolas Maduros administration as bread lines grow in the capital Caracas. The government has ordered bakers to use scarce supplies of flour to produce price-controlled loaves and said that only 10 percent can be used to make the unregulated, pricey treats loved by Venezuelans. Wil Riera Bloomberg

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