In the early 2000s, Hugo Chavez placed price ceilings on various good in order to try and make those good affordable for the poor. Inflation was starting to climb but could have stabilized without the ceilings. Instead, inflation rose faster and Chavez took control of more sectors and set ceilings on more categories. This lead to major shortages that are still being felt today.
So far there has not been a "successful" ceiling as they always lead to shortages which cause dead weight loss and loss of productivity.