Saturday, February 11, 2012

Mexico informal economy from 10 to 14 million under PAN

In 2000, an estimated 10 million people worked in Mexico's informal sector. In 2012, the number has risen to 14 million, according to the state statistics institute INEGI.

Almost one out three (29.2 percent) of the working population is now found in the informal sectors.

That means they get little if any medical coverage, and when they are too old to work, they will have little if any pension or social security income from the state.

These are damning figures of the 12 years in power of the PAN governments of Vicente Fox and Felipe Calderón.

Here's a graphic, from Milenio:


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