Paper Shortage Forces Shutdown of Venezuelan Newspapers

By: Santiago Wills | ABC News

First, a toilet paper shortage distressed Venezuelans. Now, a scarcity of printing paper is affecting the country, threatening the South American nation’s beleaguered press.

At least five regional newspapers have stopped circulating at some point in the past month due to the lack of printing paper, and nearly 25 more are depleting their last reserves, according to national newspaper El Nacional.


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