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Argentina is region’s second largest investor in poverty reduction, yet fails compared to its neighbors

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Twenty years after the great crisis of 2001, a recent study by the Fundar Foundation and the Center for Research and Social Action (CIAS) analyzed the evolution of social spending in Argentina over the past two decades, outlined the limited impact of the investment in fighting poverty and compared the impact of Argentina's public policies with the rest of Latin America.

Prepared by Jesuit priest Rodrigo Zarazaga and political scientists Andrés Schipani and Lara Forlino, the study points to the composition of social spending, reaches a number of conclusions on the reasons for the . . .

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