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A couple walks in front of the Central bank in Caracas, on December 04, 2009. Venezuela's government has closed three more banks for inspection, the country's finance minister said Friday, amid a rash of nationalizations that has spooked investors. Ali Rodriguez said the banks were undergoing a "closed-door" inspection for "rehabilitation" days after a similar move led to the nationalization of four other banks.   AFP PHOTO/Juan Barreto (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)
A couple walks in front of the Central bank in Caracas, on December 04, 2009. Venezuela's government has closed three more banks for inspection, the country's finance minister said Friday, amid a rash of nationalizations that has spooked investors. Ali Rodriguez said the banks were undergoing a "closed-door" inspection for "rehabilitation" days after a similar move led to the nationalization of four other banks.   AFP PHOTO/Juan Barreto (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)

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