Venezuela Forces Employment Even With Shuttered FactoriesAnatoly Kurmanaev and Corina Pons
Jean Salero gets up at dawn to clock in for his daily shift at a shuttered beer factory in the Venezuelan city of Barquisimeto. After eight hours of checking valves and taking temperatures of idle machinery, he clocks out to earn his 4,700 bolivar ($746) monthly paycheck.
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