RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The concentration of population and economic activity in cities is often positive, contributing to productivity, job creation, and innovative solutions. It can also contribute socially and environmentally by financing better living conditions and reducing poverty rates.
However, despite all the potential benefits, Chilean cities and territories currently suffer from profound inequalities in the well-being of their inhabitants and their access to the world of work.
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