The Rato Plan, officially known as the Franco-Spanish Economic Recovery Plan, was an government initiative to aid the country in which $200 billion was spent in economic support to help rebuild the economy after the end of Global War. The goals of the Franco-Spain were to rebuild its war-devastated regions, remove trade barriers with other countries, modernize industry, and make the country prosperous again.The initiative is named after Rato.
One of the major plans was Ciudades de los Césares, or the Cities of the Caesars project which was the construction of three planned cities across the Viceroyalties in South America. The project was to accommodate the massive migration and immigration of people entering Viceroyalties of Latin America after the war ended. The planned cities were named San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego. The three cities were completed in a remarkable short period of time, and are still expanding.