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ESTO ERA VENEZUELA : TE PARECE TAN MAL LA IV REPUBLICA ????



















































“La vez que el bolívar valía más que el dólar”






por @PabloRamos1

06/03/2013








¿Sabía Usted?: De 1953 a 1957 es el único momento en la historia económica de Venezuela, donde se hace una RE-valuación constante del bolívar, esto quiere decir… que periódicamente por la increíble política económica que se llevaba, cada día la moneda venezolana valía más frente a las monedas extranjeras como el dólar americano.















Según el Anuario Estadístico de la ONU del año 1964, la producción Venezolana y PIB per cápita se elevó 60% más que el de Estados Unidos y Gran Bretaña hasta el año 1957.






Según Asdrúbal Baptista en sus libros pioneros de la teoría económica venezolana para 1956 el bolívar superó al dólar siendo la única vez en la historia mundial que una moneda latinoamericana o de una economía creciente domina el mercado internacional por encima del Dólar americano.







Este sistema económico generó una bonanza de libertades económicas nunca vistas en la historia venezolana, al punto que los consulados venezolanos en Europa y Estados Unidos tenían largas filas diarias de personas queriendo venir a vivir y trabajar en Venezuela, transformándose el nombre del “Sueño Americano” a “Sueño Venezolano”.






A raíz de estos acontecimientos económicos que venían dándose desde 1950, la revista norteamericana TIME de febrero de 1955 nombra como HOMBRE DEL AÑO al presidente Marcos Pérez Jiménez siendo su rostro la portada de la revista por ese mes “EL HOMBRE TIME”.






RECOMENDADO: Datos Económicos Venezolanos (Vídeo):















http://www.leanoticias.com/2013/03/06/la-vez-que-el-bolivar-valia-mas-que-el-dolar-por-pabloramos1/





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