segunda-feira, 3 de maio de 2010

Chávez Decaffeinates Venezuela

BY MARY ANASTASIA O'GRADY

The late Milton Friedman once quipped that "if you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in five years there'd be a shortage of sand."
Friedman was using hyperbole to make a point about central planning. Or so I thought until Hugo Chávez put himself in charge of Venezuela's coffee sector. Last year, for the first extended period of time in the country's history, Venezuela did not produce enough of the little red berry to satisfy domestic demand. It has now become a coffee importer and is facing serious shortages

Fonte: Wall Street Journal

Comentários: igualzinho à Argentina recente e ao Brasil do Sarney. E tem gente propondo aumentar o tamanho do Estado no Brasil por causa da crise financeira norte-americana??!! Deus nos livre e guarde!!!

Aliás, o que tem este pessoal a comentar sobre a crise européia, que hiper regulada??!!!

Luciano

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