Venezuelan c bank stokes fears of capital controls

VENEZUELA - Venezuela's central bank is rolling out measures aimed at bolstering its currency and stemming the flow of dollars out of the country.

But many economists see the moves as a troubling sign the government is more likely to impose controls than rely on fiscal discipline to solve problems. And that, in turn, could accelerate capital flight as investors grow nervous about their ability to enter and leave the local market.

The central bank said late 9 August that banks must reduce their

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