Factoring in healthy and wise

Whitelaw, Kevin; English, Carey W.
June 1997
U.S. News & World Report;06/23/97, Vol. 122 Issue 24, p36
Discusses the significance of the United Nations' 1997 ranking of Cuba as second best among 78 developing nations on a new Human Poverty Index. The way the new index was determined; The difference between the UN's findings and the US State Department's declarations.


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