* Government squeezes dollar supply to local assemblers * Some automobile models may have to be suspended * Car sector accumulates $2 billion in supplier debt By Eyanir Chinea CARACAS, April 30 (Reuters) - Every rush hour, Venezuela's cities come to standstill as gas-guzzling SUVs crawl along the traffic-choked highways of South America's top oil exporter. Yet despite the jams, the absurdly cheap subsidized fuel, and Venezuelans' well-known love affair with the automobile, new ...
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