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A motorcyclist waits to buy gas in Caracas on February 17, 2016. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro said Wednesday he would raise the price of gasoline for the first time in 20 years, as he faces growing pressure to ease an economic crisis. Maduro said in a televised address he would raise the pump price of premium gasoline from its current super-low level of $0.01 to the equivalent of $0.95 at the fixed official exchange rate, in a country where citizens are struggling with soaring inflation. AFP  PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO        (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)
A motorcyclist waits to buy gas in Caracas on February 17, 2016. Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro said Wednesday he would raise the price of gasoline for the first time in 20 years, as he faces growing pressure to ease an economic crisis. Maduro said in a televised address he would raise the pump price of premium gasoline from its current super-low level of $0.01 to the equivalent of $0.95 at the fixed official exchange rate, in a country where citizens are struggling with soaring inflation. AFP  PHOTO/JUAN BARRETO / AFP / JUAN BARRETO        (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)

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