Price Controls, Food Shortages in Venezuela

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On Monday in the Wall Street Journal, Mary Anastasia O’Grady wrote a column about food shortages resulting from Hugo Chávez’s price control policies in Venezuela. WSJ subscribers can read “A Circus But No Bread” online. Or watch O’Grady talk about her column in the video below. But first, check out the news story we ran way back on March 7, by Caracas-based contributor José Orozco. In “Chavez, Private Sector Face Off Over Food Shortages in Venezuela,” WPR covered this story just as Chavez began his price control policies, before it had been written about anywhere else. Here’s an excerpt: “On […]

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