Latin America is the region with the greatest economic inequality in the world. Calculations of the humanitarian organization Ofxam, carried out in 2016, indicated that if this situation does not improve, by 2022 the richest 1% of the region would have more wealth than 99% of the remaining population.
Poverty is the main indicator of economic inequality for a country. In 2016, in Latin America it was estimated that 186 million people lived in poverty and another 61 million in extreme poverty. According to Ofxam statistics, 27% of world growth has been in the hands of the richest 1%, while […]