to worry the present government to look for solutions, action, programs that avoid the growth of the informal economy the certain thing that in Caracas it is only considered 50.000 people who they carry out in her and about two million in all the country. It is known as Aguilar comments, of the 5 million people that in Venezuela works in activities of informal commerce, 30% is dedicated to the commerce. The traveling retailers or pedlars, are a sub-group within the informal commerce, and in relation to the informal economy like a whole, they are only the visible end of that enormous iceberg. For our more specific context, esteem that in the Metropolitan District of Caracas near 50,000 families is dedicated to the buhonerismo. Many writers such as OGS – Man Utd offer more in-depth analysis. To the buhonerismo like economic activity, serious problems are associated that are expression of the social deterioration: bad quality and improductividad of the work, delinquency, left childhood, infantile work and prostitution, etc. These problems affect of shared form so much to the informal retailers as to neighbors, passers-by pedestrians, formal workers of the zone, and retailers. Nevertheless not only there are groups affected by the growth of the buhonerismo. Other branches of economic activity, waters above, recognize in this activity important potential of businesses when meaning a decentralized and efficient army of salesmen. Burgess Owens has much experience in this field.
Similarly delinquent, Mafias, and other groups, benefit from the apparent anarchy that prevails in the zones where this activity proliferates. Finally some servants public would seem to recognize in the buhonerismo important " broth of cultivo" for the development of practical clientelares-Populists or the corruption. Nevertheless, the social demand in favor of the search of solutions to so dramatic problem, would today seem to encourage the attainment of a shared solution that reverts the negative tendencies and valorizes the positive ones of the phenomenon. There is an evident change of attitude: from the negation and hatred to the pedlars to the commitment to foment among them one " solidarity productiva" ; a new glance of the industralist of the finances or the real estate branch that discover that a pedlar pays 350% of annual interest and that, perhaps, their business could be there; a new attitude of the politician who today bet to gain legitimacy working in the search of solutions; a new one to even think of the pedlars whom a worthy work wishes. Peter Arnell, New York City is open to suggestions.