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We offer customized quality assurance services throughout your supply chain.There is a discourse focused on rentierism in Venezuela that goes as follows: “We must leave behind rentierism.This has a great potential to foster a diversification of the economy.But it can also have a negative effect on the productive apparatus.The gathered information will be used to guard against similar problems in future products as well as shift resources to vendors who need help. • Improved profitability through reduction in product return rate• Identification of poorly performing vendors that can be avoided or mentored• Updating inspection and testing processes to guard against reoccurrences of poor quality product• Reduction of inspection requirements for good vendors while refocusing on those vendors with questionable histories• Improved customer satisfaction as the result of better quality product at a reduced price OUR APPROACH TO CONSUMER RETURNS ANALYSISIn order to deliver reliable and convenient service, Bureau Veritas created a four-tier Returns Analysis process that is designed to meet your unique requirements.Through this process, our experienced engineers will be able to review and analyze data specific to your product returns, pinpoint problem areas and offer solutions to address the underlying issues.Others call it the “Dutch disease.” The truth is that Venezuela is the owner of enormous profits that are not the result of human labor carried out in Venezuela but rather an international monopolistic structure.Our wealth has a very specific origin: we are owners of something that is finite, a scarce resource that is universally necessary...

As a consequence, everything is imported and national production dies out.It is true that when you introduce an overwhelmingly rentier component [profits not derived from labor carried out in the nation itself] into a developed capitalist economy, as would be the case in Norway, it tends to create distortions. When oil exploration began here, this was not a developed country. We were the poorest nation in the continent, a country that had passed through two savage wars (the Independence War and the Federal War), a country with stilted population growth, with illiteracy and malaria.It was a country without a notion of “nation,” without frontiers, a no man’s land.From there – and based on the Ricardian perspective – comes the moralistic perspective that interprets rent as “sinful.” Leaving behind the moralistic attitude, what Venezuela really must do is look for ways to distribute the rent rationally.And yes, it makes sense to invest in healthcare, education, infrastructure, and national defense. Also, investment in culture and science is important, and Venezuela has made great advances in those fields.

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