Roberto Granadillo

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Daily Telegraph
Millions desert collapsing countryis worth so little that instead of cash, some businesses have begun accepting a
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
is worth so little that instead of cash, some businesses have begun accepting a new form of payment: bartering goods. Roberto Granadillo, a local watchmaker said he accepts a kilo of ham, chicken or beef in exchange for a newly ticking... Read more
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15d
Adelaide Now
This country is literally running out of cashresorting to bartering goods and services to skirt cash transactions. “As if w
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 days ago
resorting to bartering goods and services to skirt cash transactions. “As if we didn’t have enough problems already,” said Roberto Granadillo, 37, a watchmaker. “Now we can’t even find bills.” Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has blamed the... Read more
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16d
MyMotherLode.com
Ham for a watch: Venezuelans struggle with cash shortagesresorting to bartering goods and services to skirt cash transactions. "As if w
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 16 days ago
resorting to bartering goods and services to skirt cash transactions. "As if we didn't have enough problems already," said Roberto Granadillo, 37, a watchmaker. "Now we can't even find bills." Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro blames the cash... Read more
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16d
FOX News
Ham for a watch: Venezuelans struggle with cash shortagesresorting to bartering goods and services to skirt cash transactions. "As if w
FOX News / Posted 16 days ago
resorting to bartering goods and services to skirt cash transactions. "As if we didn't have enough problems already," said Roberto Granadillo, 37, a watchmaker. "Now we can't even find bills." Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro blames the cash... Read more
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16d
FOX News
Ham for a watch: Venezuelans struggle with cash shortagesresorting to bartering goods and services to skirt cash transactions. "As if w
FOX News / Posted 16 days ago
resorting to bartering goods and services to skirt cash transactions. "As if we didn't have enough problems already," said Roberto Granadillo, 37, a watchmaker. "Now we can't even find bills." Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro blames the cash... Read more
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16d
The Register Citizen
Ham for a watch: Venezuelans struggle with cash shortagesresorting to bartering goods and services to skirt cash transactions. "As if w
The Register Citizen / Posted 16 days ago
resorting to bartering goods and services to skirt cash transactions. "As if we didn't have enough problems already," said Roberto Granadillo, 37, a watchmaker. "Now we can't even find bills." Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro blames the cash... Read more
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