UN report shows middle-class boom in the global south

Countries in the "global south" are growing more prosperous and possess more than half of the world's middle-class population, says the United Nation Development Programme's 2013 Human Development report. Brazil, Chile and Mexico are leaders in policy, markets and innovation, while data from the report show that the U.S.'s ranking has been lowered because of inequality.

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