The report "Social Panorama of Latin America" makes clear that declines in poverty rates are directly related to the rate of growth in revenue and are not the result of distribution policies.
The recent report published by Cepal, called "Social Panorama of Latin America" highlights countries which reduced poverty levels through improved income, not redistribution of that income, as is the case of Panama, Colombia and even Uruguay, which was the country that best fought poverty between 2010 and 2014. The report explains that the general improvement in that period was mainly due to changes in average incomes.
Small investors have bought $15 million in shares ranging from $1,000 to $20,000, from a trust that will finance a wind project in Uruguay. Another $62 million will be offered to institutional investors.
The offer received in the Uruguayan Securities Exchange from small investors reached $100 million, a clear sign of the high interest in the prospective investment which has a mitigated risk as it is a project by a strong state run enterprise, with a return almost assured, estimated at about 11.5% a year, in the 20 years which is the term of the share certificate.
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