By Aurelio Menéndez, Economic Development Institute (Washington, D.C.), International Development Centre (Canada), USAID Thailand
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See also World Resources (1988. pages 3739). Page 6 of each of the regional papers presented at the workshop extensively illustrated the conditions of urban areas and the major problems affecting their low-income dwellers. These statistics underscore the growing relevance of the urban dimension of poverty. The statistics do not imply that urbanization increases poverty; rather they illustrate that the number of poor people in urban areas will grow in the foreseeable future. Although overall the numbers of rural poor will remain larger than the numbers of urban poor, changes are taking place.
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Access to basic infrastructure by the urban poor, Page 75 by Aurelio Menéndez, Economic Development Institute (Washington, D.C.), International Development Centre (Canada), USAID Thailand