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November 06, 2013 · 8:30 PM EST
Jose Luis Farrera (with his sons) runs a newsstand in Venezuela. But business is down, because he can't get enough newspapers.
Maybe Gutiérrez was laid off from her job as a reporter after her newspaper ran out of newsprint. Now she's looking for a new job.
A technician at El Nacional technician scans what's left of the shrinking daily paper.
El Nacional's discarded newsprint was once trash, but now it's a desired commodity.
The daily scramble to get a newspaper in Maturín amid Venezuela's paper shortage.
In Business, Economics and Jobs and Human Needs.
Tagged: Maturín   Caracas   South America   Venezuela   South America   Hugo Chavez   Nicholas Maduro   Venezuela   newsprint shortage   paper shortage   toilet paper shortage   Hugo Chavez   Nicolas Maduro   currency controls
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