Summary of life in Argentina through statistics
How are they doing?
Annual Gross Domestic Product
After their economic depression around 2002, the Argentine government took out massive debts from the IMF in order to get their country back on their feet. It is a remarkable feat that these debts, totaling more than ten billion dollars, have been so quickly paid off. The fact that they have not only been able to repay these debts, but also reduce their total debt to less than half of their annual GDP is a sign of their quickly growing economic ventures.
Inflation - 2012
Argentina's Current Society
Argentina's Literacy Rate
Although Argentina's population is huge (it's the 33rd most populous country in the world), its growth rate is gradually beginning to slow. Fortunately, the average life expectancy has been increasing and it is now catching up with the US, they even have the 68th highest life expectancy in the world, which is better than many Latin American countries. Most noticeably, the life expectancy for the young and poor of the country have improved.