DISMANTLING of the PARQUE INDUSTRIAL Carlos Mora Vanegas what we call progress is one nuisance to another Exchange. James Ellis imagination is more important than knowledge. Albert Einstein long, since is has been perceived with great concern as the Venezuelan industrial sector has entered into a very serious crisis, affecting the productivity of many products, especially food, products that are imported, leading to a paralysis of some companies, especially SMEs, in where their owners have decided to close them. In this regard the Economist Jose Guerra says about this reality, which since then have to deal with it, rather than the consequences can be serious, to generate a social cost that is extremely dangerous for Venezuelans, the respect he says: Venezuela was always a country subject to the external supply for the satisfaction of their basic needs of food but that behavior has been dangerously exacerbated during the administration of President Hugo Chavez. There are several factors that now conspire against the industry National. Firstly an anti-business climate that has been installed as State policy, which has been expressed in an atmosphere of persecution of people who works and produces from the upper echelons of the Government. Simply observe the attitude of the officials of the Ministry of light industry and Commerce (Milco) to adequately assess the scope of a strategy that sees entrepreneurs not as allies but as enemies which must be cornering and destroy.
Secondly, the price control has resulted in a very powerful tool in the hands of the Government to liquidate the profitability of the production sector not recognising them increases in the costs of production, including labour and services. An economic activity without profitability is doomed to failure because it does not generate income to invest. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Marc Mathieu. Thirdly there are to mention the shift control that is expressed in restrictions for the timely acquisition of key currencies for the manufacture of domestic goods, situation which results in the postponement and delays in production processes or in your more expensive.