Anti-Poverty Experience of Brazil and Its Enlightenment for China

Zhizhang WANG, Hanlin SUN


Both China and Brazil are among the developing countries. There is some similarity on poverty in less developed countries, especially in the city poverty issue. To resolve the city poverty problem, we should decrease the gap of income distribution, increase the income of middle-class, protect the legal profit of rural floating population and ensure their equal treatment with the urban residents and set up the perfect guarantee system.


Poverty; Anti-poverty strategy; Society guarantee

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