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People queue up outside a bank in San Cristobal in an attempt to deposit money, on December 13, 2016. 
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro ordered on December 12 the border with Colombia sealed for 72 hours, accusing US-backed "mafias" of conspiring to destabilize his country's economy by hoarding bank notes. The closure came a day after Maduro signed an emergency decree removing Venezuela's largest bank note, the 100 bolivar bill, from circulation because of what he called a Washington-sponsored plot against his country's troubled economy. / AFP / George CASTELLANOS        (Photo credit should read GEORGE CASTELLANOS/AFP/Getty Images)
People queue up outside a bank in San Cristobal in an attempt to deposit money, on December 13, 2016. 
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro ordered on December 12 the border with Colombia sealed for 72 hours, accusing US-backed "mafias" of conspiring to destabilize his country's economy by hoarding bank notes. The closure came a day after Maduro signed an emergency decree removing Venezuela's largest bank note, the 100 bolivar bill, from circulation because of what he called a Washington-sponsored plot against his country's troubled economy. / AFP / George CASTELLANOS        (Photo credit should read GEORGE CASTELLANOS/AFP/Getty Images)

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