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One U.S. dollar will buy you nearly 925,000 gallons of gasoline in Venezuela

Venezuela has held on to its fuel subsidies that have made it one of the cheapest places to buy gas and, as The Drive noted, for years a tank of 91-octane fuel has cost less than a bottle of soda.
Fuel retail price covers less than 5 percent of the cost of production and the remainder has to be made up by the government with hyperinflation of the Venezuelan bolivar approaching 1 million percent.
The government has printed more money, fueling more inflation, and while prices in all other industries have risen, the price of gas remains low.