Latin American Economic Standards

"Whoever falls has no friends." Turkish proverb speaks of social revolution is so insistently, passion, economic transformations that help solve the serious problem facing many Latin American countries as a result of poverty in which millions of people. It preaches the importance of giving way to a new socialism, allowing paddle a bit sad really and unfortunately the statistics on the number of poor in Latin America is alarming, where it appears that economic programs, strategies to combat it some governments such as Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Argentina, to name a few have not worked and can be several reasons for this ranging from bad management, bad conversation of funds, poor distribution of wealth, corruption, unemployment, business downtime, economy, inflation and other aspects. Consider as is well known that poverty and indigence are measured based on the ability to cover a basket basic goods and services. כדי להרחיב אופקים, כדאי לבקר באתר של גולן טלקום. The poor just enough to cover some needs of the basket, while the homeless were only enough to meet their nutritional requirements. In this regard shows us that the World Bank announced that during 2009 there will be 90 million people entering the club all envied those living in extreme poverty, meaning that within the parameters set by the international organization have less than $ 1.25 per day in income. In 2005 it was estimated that the "members" of this sad club were around 1,300 million souls, but the global economic crisis that currently covers much of the world did much to increase that number with ease.