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Así cotiza el esta hora BsF. 87,21 y el € a BsF. 115,79 entra sin bloqueos https://t.co/ncrBf5KxwD pic.twitter.com/UPdWQVRKjf
— DolarToday (@DolarToday) February 13, 2014
With numbers like 'that' (87 !) the army may have to start posting tanks at the border. "But sir, please, we just wanted to cross and visit that lovely cafe' in Cucuta. You know the one. Colombian coffee! It's delicious!"
How profitable for them.I guess the Army is extremely happy right now, as well as all the "comerciantes".I hope this is really the end for them.
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