GDP America

The effects of the crisis slowed and even drove back the advances that had been made in recent years in Latin America in terms of employment and improving the quality of life of the inhabitants, as a result of the sustained growth of the hemispheric economies and better social policies. Points out that, today, in Latin America live close to 70 million people in extreme poverty, which represents about 13% of the total population of the region. Among the factors that contribute most to this figure, and none of them of course is benefited by the crisis, are the increase of poor nutrition, increasing dropout and lack in many areas of a Basic, public and preventive health care. The global crisis only managed to deepen these problems and stop the progress that, although sluggishly, Latin America was making towards a life definitely better. Currently a study carried out by ECLAC indicates, the international crisis, which struck with force the majority of the countries of Latin America, with a fall in regional GDP of 1.9 per cent in 2009, dragged into poverty this year to other nine million Latin Americans, according to a report submitted by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). Reports us,, in relation to 2008, poverty in the region will increase by 1.1%, while indigence will do so by 0.8%, for a total of 189 million poor people (34.1% of the population), which includes some 76 million indigent (13.7% of the population). These figures indicate a change in the trend of poverty reduction that had been registering the region, emphasizes the ECLAC Social Panorama of the 2009 poverty document, presented at the Organization’s headquarters-dependent Nations in Santiago, Chile after a period of bonanza that was extended by six years, Latin America will close 2009 with a drop in GDP of 1.

Product Classes

Labour with respect to fashion is very big in our country, being the woman that more participates in this process of making the product, then take it to another country and sell it five times more expensive than it was said that it would be worth, thus making the salaries of the people involved pathetic and insignificant compared with the final gain, but that all industries are based today. The problem of the capitalism and the return in history into medieval times where there was a bourgeois and a working class that was part of all systems, being the greatest economic power who was left with all the gain. Looking at it as a job, the fashion acquired a great importance in the development of the individual. If so well it does with all consumers of the product, even more so with those who participate in its elaboration and its bases, as it is the case of the Mexican individuals involved in this process. It is an important part of the daily training that we have our identity, since more than half of our time invested it in this system and is also a means of socialization for each person, since it is one of the most important social groups and based on the social system of each culture. Define classes that are involved in this process is somewhat ambiguous, since the results are according to the perspective from which it is visible. From a point of view of the economic market, classes that are presented are the sellers of the product and the consumers who make this a vital part of your everyday life. These classes are very important, since according to this perspective is there or not the subject in question. If we see it from the employment point of view, the classes that are presented are also two: the corporate which have in their hands the way of companies involved and the workers, who are equally important part of the system but are not even taken into account for the final outcome of the entire process.