May 2013
Venezuela Country Profile;5/ 1/2013, p54
Country Report
The article focuses on the social condition of Venezuela as of 2013. It notes the moderate population of the country having one of South American nations' youngest populations. The social security system of the country aims to boost its social participation and improve its wealth and income distribution. The decline of its healthcare expenditure that affected its citizens is also mentioned.


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