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Research shows that support for housing finance improves the quality of life of lower and middle-income households and generates employment in a range of related industries.
Credit unions have an opportunity to capture a larger segment of the middle-income America market; currently, 42% of middle-income Americans are credit union members and 64% of non-credit union members would consider becoming one, she said.
According to Craig Plumb, head of Research at JLL Mena, "We believe there is a need to re-think the existing relationship between government and the real estate development industry to create more affordable housing that middle-income families can afford.
e) Provide publication fee waivers for research conducted and authored primarily by researchers from low- and middle-income countries;
Main survey: a nationwide sample of 1,005 middle-income Boomers (261 from the Midwest).
Headline data presented at the World Cancer Congress in December calls on middle-income countries with the means to do so to increase spending on cancer by 2-5% of their health budgets.
As part of the programme, the bank reduced interest on loans to 7% for low-income individuals and 8% for middle-income individuals.
And these people live not in the absolute poorest countries by per capita income, nor in low-income countries (LICs), nor the least developed countries (LDCs), but in countries--middle-income countries--which many donors treat differently, and consider that a middle-income country classification itself a reason to be reducing or even ending aid.
There is a huge disconnect between what fee-based financial advice costs in the real world and what consumers (particularly middle-income consumers) think it should cost.
Next MICs: Chad, Kenya, Mozambique, Rwanda, Sierra Leone and Zimbabwe--home to 110m people, and should reach middle-income Status by 2025 if past trends continue or political interruptions subside.
At a rally in Ohio, Romney said that Obama would raise taxes on middle-income families by 4,000 dollars, a claim that has been debunked by several fact-checking websites.
The Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS), having 'surveyed 14 low and middle-income countries--Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Egypt, India, Mexico, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Uruguay and Vietnam --and compared this to data from the US and the UK.