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Venezuela reaches the final stage of socialism: no toilet paper

“Venezuela’s product shortages have become so severe that some hotels in that country are asking guests to bring their own toilet paper and soap, a local tourism industry spokesman said on Wednesday….

‘It’s an extreme situation,’ says Xinia Camacho, owner of a 20-room boutique hotel in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada national park. ‘For over a year we haven’t had toilet paper, soap, any kind of milk, coffee or sugar. So we have to tell our guests to come prepared.’…

Montilla says bigger hotels can circumvent product shortages by buying toilet paper and other basic supplies from black market smugglers who charge up to 6-times the regular price. But smaller, family-run hotels can’t always afford to pay such steep prices, which means that sometimes they have to make do without.”

Source: Venezuela reaches the final stage of socialism: no toilet paper – Business Insider

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