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Carmen Moreno de Aponte

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Carmen Elena Moreno de Aponte (February 15, 1933 – October 12, 2017) was a Venezuelan economist and government official born in Caracas, Venezuela.[1] She graduated in economics from the Central University of Venezuela in 1958, becoming one of the first women in Venezuela to hold an economics degree.[2] During her career, she held several prominent leadership positions in the Venezuelan government, and was the first woman in the country to be appointed National Director of Foreign Investments.[3] She married César Aponte in 1963 and had three children César Aponte Jr., Marco Aponte[4] and Marielena Aponte. She opposed the socialist regime of late president Hugo Chávez and left her native country in 2012. She lived in exile in London, England, before immigrating to the United States. She died of pneumonia, complicated by Alzheimer's disease, at her home in Berkeley, California, on October 12, 2017.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 contributor, Guest (16 October 2017). "Carmen Moreno de Aponte, a woman of substance and heart".
  2. UCV. "Reseña Histórica".
  3. "SIEX - Superintendencia de Inversiones Extranjeras". SIEX - Superintendencia de Inversiones Extranjeras.

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