"Venezuela's banking system went through a mini-crisis a year ago, when Mr. Chávez took over a handful of small banks, nationalizing or liquidating them and jailing several bank executives. The takeovers didn't extend to the big banks, and analysts say the country's overall financial system is relatively healthy."
* The logic of too big to fail prevails.
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