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Venezuela suspends international mail deliveries in currency row

Employees of state-run postal service blame ongoing dispute with international airlines over currency controls

Venezuela’s postal service has indefinitely suspended international mail deliveries, citing a collapse in the distribution system due to “excessive demand”.

Employees at the state-run company Ipostel told local media that the service had fallen victim to an ongoing dispute with international airlines over currency controls.

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