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Venezuela’s Health Care System Is in Shambles, but Markets Are Already Responding

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Venezuelan health care has flatlined and is almost non-existent under a government that continues to centrally plan its economic affairs. Approximately 45 percent of hospitals reported robberies and shootings. Fortunately, some Venezuelans are finding alternative methods for acquiring their desired goods and services.

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