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Argentina’s Regional Disparities and the Rise of Neuquén

By Martin W. Lewis | July 14, 2010 | 2 Comments

Latin American is noted for its economic inequality, the gap between rich and poor generally being considered the largest in the world. Class inequity often has a strong regional component; Brazil and Mexico are well known for their income variation from state to state. Less appreciated is the fact that Argentina is equally skewed

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