Almost a month has passed since the government of Nicolás Maduro announced drastic economic measures to recover from the serious crisis which was caused by its own controls and poor management of the sector in question, which has generated mistrust in foreign investors and what little remains within the country is gradually reduced.
Despite the serious situation, there are only these measures that have given a hard blow to the national economy, where sellers of all kinds have clearly been affected and many have had to choose to close their doors, it is estimated that almost half of the medium and small businesses are closed among other fast-food franchises that have decreased the number of branches in the country.
On the other hand, it has also affected the imposition of a price tag for certain products of new necessity – something that is not new but the government currently sentences those who leave these parameters with jail and this has caused these products to disappear from the market because its production and distribution is much more expensive than the price set by the national executive.
But despite the fact that the government is still betting on social programs, the reality is that every day that passes, the money is worthless for Venezuelans, making the situation more difficult for those who live in the country.
To all this, the government’s response remains unclear and with measures that have more disadvantages than they have advantages, where the Venezuelan in his daily life is in the difficult task of surviving with a salary that is enough for him to eat for a couple of days.