CARACAS, Venezuela – As Nicolas Maduro takes the helm as interim president of Venezuela, following the death of his strongman predecessor Hugo Chávez, auto dealers and manufacturers are asking whether the government will continue with policies that have produced vehicle shortages and raised prices to exorbitant levels. Currency controls and the complex business climate of the Chávez era flipped the country's auto industry on its head. Used cars easily fetch twice ...

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