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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Latin_America

The term Latin America primarily refers to the Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries in ... Political independence from European monarchies did not result in the ... What is now Latin America has been populated for several millennia, ..... and a large portion of each individual country's upper class to support coups d' état ...

www.answers.com/Q/Most_Latin_American_countries_do_not_have_large_upper_and_classes

Most Latin American countries do not have large upper and classes? ... structure has made the growth of a large very difficult for most Latin American countries?

www.answers.com/Q/Most_Latin_American_countries_do_not_have_large_upper_and_what_classes

Most Latin American countries do not have large upper and what classes? Most Latin American ... What is the upper class of Latin American society called?

www.americasquarterly.org/node/2152

As a result, countries with a large middle class are thought to have more robust ... This absolute measure does not set a specific size for the middle class. .... These findings show that while the Latin American upper class has a negligible ...

www.britannica.com/place/Latin-America/Latin-America-since-the-mid-20th-century

Apr 12, 2016 ... Intra-Latin American trade increased, but probably not much more than would have happened without special agreements. ... Extensive land distribution did occur in Bolivia following that country's 1952 revolution, and in Cuba large ... drove many members of the middle and upper classes into exile, but a ...

www.worldbank.org/en/news/feature/2012/11/13/crecimiento-clase-media-america-latina

What We Do .... In the past decade, the middle class in Latin America grew 50%, and now ... More than 50 million people like the Pughs have worked their way up the social ... an average of 8 years of schooling per student, up from 5 years not long ago. ... Social programs and better access to education boosted the country's ...

blog.iese.edu/economics/2014/02/18/how-large-is-latin-americas-middle-class-170-or-350-millions

Feb 18, 2014 ... The subject of Latin America's middle class has been in the news frequently over the past few years. ... It is not difficult to settle on a definition of the middle class: It is all ... It sets the lower and upper thresholds that define the middle class at ... is at most a 10 percent probability that a household's income will ...

citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.565.1780&rep=rep1&type=pdf

formal sector labor demand in most countries have led to a series of adaptive solutions by the ... class structure of Latin American societies at the very end of the import ..... This class can be divided, in turn, into an upper-echelon composed of salaried .... workers in small, medium, and large private firms) who do not contrib-.

www.brookings.edu/articles/prospects-for-latin-americas-middle-class-after-the-commodity-boom

Feb 10, 2015 ... ... reducing tensions between lower and upper classes;; Helps introduce reforms aimed ... The limited capacity of the state to respond to more sophisticated social ... Third, the Latin American middle class does not have particularly ... has greatly improved, and many countries have reasonably large foreign ...

www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2015/07/20/latin-americas-middle-class-grows-but-in-some-regions-more-than-others

Jul 20, 2015 ... As a whole, Latin America enjoyed solid economic growth in the first decade ... poverty, a decrease in income inequality and a rise of its middle class. ... American countries, which are much more dependent on commodity exports ... money into any country that does not have a history for respecting personal ...