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Kim Jong Il Tarzı Revalüasyon

01.12.2010 11:39

   bu amerikalı dedikoducuların vikiliks belgeleri, senin adama çakmışlar-benim adama çakmışlar mevzuu dışında dünyanın pek çok yöresinden trajikomik öyküler de ihtiva ediyor. bunlardan biri de kuzey kore'nin 2009 revalüasyonun arka planı. meğersem 2009'da büyük bir ekonomik mucizeye imza atmış kim jong il. veliaht ilan ettiği tosun oğlunun isteği doğrultusunda para reformu yapmış. malum kendisinden sonra tahta en küçük oğlunun çıkmasını istiyor.

   o sırada 1 abd doları 3500 won'a filan eşitmiş ve zaten bir işçi de ortalama 3-4.000 won kazanıyormuş ayda, yani 1 dolar. neyse bir gecede yeni pariteyi 1 abd doları 129 won yapmış kim jong il. 3500 nire 129 nire. şimdi tosun oğlunun tacı kuşanmasını istiyor dedik ya. muhalifleri varmış oğlunun ve bu revalüasyon sayesinde böylece elinde won birikmiş muhaliflerin serveti dolar cinsinden bir gecede eriyecekmiş. yine kuzey kore yöneticilerine göre eğer revalüasyona rağmen fiyatlar artmazsa işçiler bir anda ayda ortalama bir dolardan ortalama yirmi dolar kazanır hale geleceklermiş. zenginleşmeyi görünce ağzımın suyu aktı yeminle. dolar cinsinden yirmi kat artıyor işçilerin gelirleri bir gecede. akp yöneticileri bile bunu akledememişti valla.

   belge vikiliksten silinen üç belge arasında. ihtimal çinli kaynakları yeterince iyi saklayamadıkları için sildiler.

   "...the most important reason for the recent dprk currency reform, according to xxxxxxxxxxxx, is to uncover political opposition, particularly against kim jong-il's younger son. controlling inflation, leveling the wealth gap, controlling domestic currency and access to foreign currency, are all part of this strategy."

   "..prior to revaluation, one dollar equaled 3500 won. to put that in perspective, the average worker in pyongyang earns 3000-4000 won per month. xxxxxxxxxxxx reported that according to the dprk embassy, the official exchange rate following reform is now one dollar equals 129 won. for the common person, besides suffering from a significant cut in won-based savings, supermarkets and department stores that deal in won have suspended activity as they wait to see what impact currency reform will have on commodity prices. thus, it has become difficult to purchase day-to-day needs. xxxxxxxxxxxx pointed out, if commodity prices rise, the economy will be ruined. however, if prices settle as a result of reform, and assuming constant wages, the economy will be okay as workers once earning one dollar a month will now earn nearly 20 dollars.

   traders, who earn many times more than the average wage-earner, have been unaffected by the reform in monetary terms, as savings are held mostly in euro and dollars. since the revaluation, only stores dealing with foreign exchange have been open and prices in these stores have increased 400-500 percent. for example, a tv that cost rmb 4000 now costs rmb 20,000. many of these stores raised prices in anticipation of the reform, with the expectation that prices would then fall. however, prices have not fallen. many of the stores that raised prices prior to reform have since been closed by the government, their goods confiscated. thus, even traders who have not lost money from revaluation now have nothing to buy. chinese traders along the north korean border have also been affected by currency reform even though most trade is done in euros and dollars. as is the case within north korea, people are waiting and watching to see what will happen to prices. in the meantime, nobody wants to sell anything..."
 

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