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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 3 (59), 2016
SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Ishmuratova V. G.
Head of the Department of Economics, Scholarship and production firm "Biomag" (Ufa), PhD (Economics)

Struggle against poverty in Brazil: major states, problems and perspectives (Russia, Ufa)
The article summarizes Brazilian experience in overcoming poverty, discusses various reasons for poverty, ways and problems of its overcoming. Rapid economic growth is seen as the major factor in the struggle against poverty, although in the recent period social programs in economics were given priority, which produced a negative impact upon the tempos of its development
Key words: Brazil, developing economy, democracy, poverty, social inequality, justified monetary transfers
Pages: 178 - 185




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