WHY URUGUAY?
 
 
   
  ABOUT URUGUAY
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(wikipedia.org)

According to data published by the United Nations, the Gini index for Uruguay equals to 44.8 in 2003, where 100 stands for maximum inequality and 0 for even distribution of the wealth between the population.

A recent Report compiled and published by the INE, National Statistic Institute (Instituto Nacional de Estadistica) of Uruguay, used 2 indicators to estimate the number of people living in poverty in the country.

* Indigence line: income of the family is not enough for the basic alimentation.

* Poverty line: income of the family is not enough for alimentation, clothing, health and transport.

 

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