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People tie 100-Bolivar notes to a post during a protest over lack of cash as the new bank notes have not yet appeared, at the "Troncal 5" road in San Cristobal in Venezuela's Tachira state, on December 16, 2016. 
Venezuelans lined up to deposit 100-unit banknotes before they turned worthless, but replacement bills had yet to arrive, increasing the cash chaos in the country with the world's highest inflation. Venezuelans are stuck in currency limbo after President Nicolas Maduro ordered the 100-bolivar note -- the largest denomination, currently worth about three US cents -- removed from circulation in 72 hours. / AFP / GEORGE CASTELLANOS        (Photo credit should read GEORGE CASTELLANOS/AFP/Getty Images)
People tie 100-Bolivar notes to a post during a protest over lack of cash as the new bank notes have not yet appeared, at the "Troncal 5" road in San Cristobal in Venezuela's Tachira state, on December 16, 2016. 
Venezuelans lined up to deposit 100-unit banknotes before they turned worthless, but replacement bills had yet to arrive, increasing the cash chaos in the country with the world's highest inflation. Venezuelans are stuck in currency limbo after President Nicolas Maduro ordered the 100-bolivar note -- the largest denomination, currently worth about three US cents -- removed from circulation in 72 hours. / AFP / GEORGE CASTELLANOS        (Photo credit should read GEORGE CASTELLANOS/AFP/Getty Images)

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Los billetes de 100 bolívares volvieron a circular en Venezuela, tras su breve salida, luego de que el gobierno prorrogara hasta enero su existencia. Pero el pasado fin de semana, cerca de 450 locales comerciales se vieron afectados por los saqueos registrados en Ciudad Bolívar. El presidente de Fedecámaras Bolívar explica.

Venezuela: a la espera de dinero en efectivo

Los billetes de 100 bolívares volvieron a circular en Venezuela, tras su breve salida, luego de que el gobierno prorrogara hasta enero su existencia. Pero el pasado fin de semana, cerca de 450 locales comerciales se vieron afectados por los saqueos registrados en Ciudad Bolívar. El presidente de Fedecámaras Bolívar explica.