middle-income


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mid·dle-in·come

(mĭd′l-ĭn′kŭm)
adj.
Of or relating to people or groups whose income falls in the middle of the range for an overall population.
Translations

middle-income

[ˌmɪdlˈɪnkʌm] ADJ [family] → de ingresos medios
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to increase access to mortgage finance for lower and middle-income families in Panama.
The average worker in a high-income country currently produces 62 times the annual output of an average worker in a low-income economy and 10 times that of an average worker in a middle-income economy.
With 62% of middle-income Americans worrying about their family's financial stability on a daily basis, credit unions are well-positioned to help members of this demographic overcome obstacles and reach their financial goals.
Such a move will open up "options for middle-income families to own and rent properties with metro access in projects around the Dubai Investment Park, Gardens, Discovery Gardens and IMPZ (International Media Production Zone)," says a report on mid-income housing possibilities brought out by JLL, the consultancy.
b) Specifically encourage the publication of innovative and solution-focused research in all fields of medicine, public health, and health promotion; in particular, research applicable to low- and middle-income countries;
The study -- New Expectations, New Rewards: Work in Retirement for Middle-Income Boomers -- surveyed 1,005 middle-income Boomers (261 from Midwest) and 2,293 retired Boomers (581 from Midwest) aged 51 to 69 with an annual household income between $25,000 and $100,000.
New data released on Wednesday to mark World Cancer Day 2015 projects that an $18 bln increase in funding per year by the international community could see a 30% drop in cancer deaths in (low- and middle-income countries) LMICs by 2030.
As of 1 July 2014, low-income economies are defined as those with a GNI per capita, calculated using the World Bank Atlas method, of $1,045 or less in 2013; middle-income economies are those with a GNI per capita of more than $1,045 but less than $12,746; high-income economies are those with a GNI per capita of $12,746 or more.
Washington, Jumada II 1, 1435, Apr 1, 2014, SPA -- The World Bank is nearly doubling its lending capacity to middle-income countries like Brazil, China, Indonesia, India and Mexico because they can provide insight to poorer countries in solving problems, bank president Jim Yong Kim said Tuesday according to dpa.
The Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities will coordinate with a number of Egyptian banks to make 8,000 housing units available to low- and middle-income Egyptians
Middle-income households saw a 14 per cent fall between 2007-8 and 2011-12, from PS37,900 to PS32,600.
Jesus Felipe, Arnelyn Abdon Utsav Kumar, "Tracking the Middle-income Trap: What Is It, Who Is in It, and Why?