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Venezuelan papers threatened by newsprint shortage

While newspapers have been beset for years by currency controls that make it difficult to import supplies, the situation has turned critical in recent weeks as reserves of newsprint have fallen to an all-time low, says the Venezuelan Press Block, which represents the nation’s broadsheets.

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