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A new report from the Catholic University’s Social Debt Observatory analyzing the effects of poverty in Argentina shows that 33.6 percent of Argentines are poor. 

This is a 5 percent increased compared to the previous year, when the number was …

An average household comprising two working adults and two children living in the City of Buenos Aires needed roughly AR $23,796 to stay above the poverty line in October, according to the latest report issued by the Buenos Aires City …

An average household comprising two working adults and two children living in the City of Buenos Aires needed roughly AR $19,700 (US $693) to not be officially considered poor in June, according to the latest report issued by the City

The poverty line for a typical household in the City of Buenos Aires increased by 2.7 percent from April to May and by 25.17 percent in a year, according to the City’s statistics bureau.

A household with two economically active …

A regular household consisting on two adults and two children needed at least AR $16,847 to not be considered poor, and AR $8,108.98 to not be destitute, according to a report released by the Buenos Aires City government’s statistics and …

The General Directorate of Statistics and Census for the city of Buenos Aires estimated that a family of four, including two adults and two minors, living in the city needs to earn AR $14,620 per month in order to stay …

A family in Buenos Aires needed to earn AR $13,335 in October in order to not to be considered “poor” according to the City’s Statistics Division, seeing a 2.1 percent increase from September. The hypothetical family described features two

The INDEC national statistics bureau this afternoon published for the first time in almost three years the monthly values of the so called Food Basket (CBA) and Total Basket (CBT). These indeces are particularly important because they indicate how much …