Venezuela’s widespread gasoline shortages are starting to affect some cities in Colombia, where drivers depend on cheap fuel smuggled in from their socialist-governed neighbor. Residents of the Colombian border city of Cucuta lined up for several hours outside local gas stations on Wednesday to fill their tanks fearing that shortages will get worse. “This is going to make everything more expensive,” said Teofilo Fernandez, a retired journalist who queued for four and a half hours at a Cucuta gas station to fill up his white Mazda sedan. “We have become accustomed to subsidized gas, and these changes are going to have a negative impact.” Drivers in Cucuta and other cities along the border often buy gasoline from street vendors who have the fuel smuggled from Venezuela, where government subsidies keep prices at almost zero, allowing the smugglers to profit even when they sell it in Colombia […]