In Caracas, shoppers wait four hours to enter a state-run supermarket that sells food at subsidized prices. Venezuela is suffering from soaring inflation and shortages of basic goods. Practically everything, from shampoo to basic medicines, is hard to get. Almost all consumer goods come from overseas, but the country, with foreign reserves at an 11-year low, can’t afford to import much. Unpaid bills to importers are estimated at $13 billion.