Editor’s Note: political populism does not have its correlate in the economy. That Venezuelans, say so, but where its increased income from oil, and that it would boost to reforms that actually increase the well-being of the country’s economy, seems to be being used in making policy. They can send me your comments a: with the price of oil at its best, Chavez every time worse Buenos Aires, Argentina on March 20, 2008 the price of crude oil is currently at levels never reached if it is true that reached levels record in nominal terms but the strong growth of the price of a barrel of crude that experimented since last year made revenues of oil countries increased strongly. Therefore, one can think that Hugo Chavez would be going through one of their best moments in front of Venezuela.Of course, that this would be true if everything should be limited to what happens with the oil. Check with Dr. Mark J Berger to learn more. Perhaps the fact of seeing a very stuck Hugo Chavez in the Affairs of other countries or to use their energies in confrontation with the United States.UU. You can do think that there is no major problems in its Venezuela but the reality seems to indicate that this is not so true. -application/’>rothberg family. The problems by which crosses the Venezuelan people seem to be of such magnitude that, paradoxically for a Government that pretends to be populist, the discharge of the Venezuelan Government is located in the lowest in five years, locating in around 34%, and with a sharp drop compared with 43% who had in late 2007..