Economic Commission declares poverty in Ecuador reduced from 37.1% to 32.4%

Posted on November 28, 2012 • Filed under: Economy, Ecuador

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) today released its annual report on the Social Panorama of the region 2012. This is a work that examines the policies and actions taken to end inequality among its inhabitants.

This report highlights that seven countries still with a tendency to decrease poverty. Among them, Ecuador , where this year, says ECLAC, there was a reduction of poverty from 37.1% to 32.4%, compared to what happened last year. Note that since 2008 the rates of poverty reduction and social gap, reducing unemployment, among other factors, show a steady decline in the country, according to the report of the regional body. Read Article

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