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CARACAS, VENEZUELA:  People stand in line at a money changing house in Caracas 13 February, 2002. The Venezuelan bolivar was in a free fall against the US dollar 13 February, trading at 990 to the greenback at 1640 GMT, down 24.8 percent since the market opened.  Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced late 12 February the currency would be freely floated on exchange markets in an effort to blunt the effect of falling oil prices and boost the competitiveness of Venezuelan exports.         AFP PHOTO/Juan BARRETO (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)
CARACAS, VENEZUELA:  People stand in line at a money changing house in Caracas 13 February, 2002. The Venezuelan bolivar was in a free fall against the US dollar 13 February, trading at 990 to the greenback at 1640 GMT, down 24.8 percent since the market opened.  Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced late 12 February the currency would be freely floated on exchange markets in an effort to blunt the effect of falling oil prices and boost the competitiveness of Venezuelan exports.         AFP PHOTO/Juan BARRETO (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)

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