Uruguay Leads the Per Capita Income Ranking in Latin America

The World Bank's annual report placed most of the countries in the region in a medium-high per capita income.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (El Pais Uruguay) In July of each year, the World Bank releases new per capita gross income figures for each country, dividing them into categories: high, medium-high, medium-low, and low.

For the 2018 assessment, released this month, most countries in the region ranked as having medium-high per capita income.

Uruguay and Chile were the two nations that stood out for recording high-income levels.

In the case of Uruguay, the World Bank assessment showed that the country recorded a national per capita income of US$15,650 (R$62,000).

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