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You Wont Believe How Expensive Items Are In Venezuela (13 pics)

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  • 9 Oct, 2014  |
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The prices in Venezuela are through the roof.

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13 You Wont Believe How Expensive Items Are In Venezuela (13 pics)


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№1 Author: Aindy (9 Oct 2014 01:23) Total user comments: 2863


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These arent the actual prices in the shop. If you google it you will find those same pictures, and a whole lot of sites saying the actual cost. They are still expensive, but about half of the prices shown.

The inflation in venezuela is over 63% a year. That would explain it.
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№2 Author: veror (9 Oct 2014 03:30) Total user comments: 303


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Republiqueta bananera, y es a lo que aspira la absoluta basura que nos des-gobierna aca en argentina.
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№3 Author: radical_ed (9 Oct 2014 04:22) Total user comments: 610


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I would say that it's all fault of the idiots Chavez and Maduro, but half the population or more voted for them and keep supporting them. So whose fault is it?
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№4 Author: hugo31 (9 Oct 2014 04:53) Total user comments: 523


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on the other hand, a tank of gas cost literally pennies.
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№5 Author: Gzuz (9 Oct 2014 05:22) Total user comments: 0


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Its not true all of the pics above, we are going through a crisis but i think the real prices are half of what the pictures show.
Still expensive tho, the problem radicall_ed is that here we suffer of extreme corruption, and right now Maduro has only 30% of support according to surveys. Some people say elections were fraud and probably were.
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№6 Author: Aindy (9 Oct 2014 08:53) Total user comments: 2863


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radical_ed,
Just like the US voted for bush?
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№7 Author: Tomaz86 (9 Oct 2014 15:06) Total user comments: 10835


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Damn communism, in Brazil we stop this from happening!
Dilma get out!
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№8 Author: Jaal (9 Oct 2014 15:48) Total user comments: 0


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My neighbour is moving back to Venezuela and taking his 10y/o car with him (from Europe) because he can sell it for a killing there! o_O
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№9 Author: MWarrior (9 Oct 2014 20:18) Total user comments: 1024


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Aindy,

Or like (whatever the fuck happens in Ireland)? Neither of which have anything to do with the price of jeans in Venezuela.
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№10 Author: aspirineta1978 (9 Oct 2014 22:39) Total user comments: 0


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Not as expensive as the prices in Argentina, but our economy is close to resemble the Venezuelan
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№11 Author: Fjglira (11 Oct 2014 23:30) Total user comments: 0


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Thats no true, this cost are calculate with the oficial currency but in venezuela exist other type of currency non-oficial "black dollar", thats dollar is used by the industry for buy this type off item and the cost of this dollar are ten time more expensive than the oficial dollar
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№12 Author: Ben2017 (12 Oct 2014 04:43) Total user comments: 2044


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dam
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№13 Author: Papuchas (12 Oct 2014 08:22) Total user comments: 1


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In Mexico the prices are very similar ... we have a perfect dictatorship
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№14 Author: Dayanita (16 Oct 2014 17:14) Total user comments: 2


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Siento un infinita verguenza como venezolana. Siendo uno de los pases ms ricos del mundo, se viva en la ms absoluta miseria.

I feel infinite shame as a Venezuelan. Being one of the richest countries in the world are living in abject poverty.
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