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The at risk of poverty rate stood at 23.2 percent in Serbia in... More info
The at risk of poverty rate stood at 23.2 percent in Serbia in 2019 and was 1.1 percent lowered compared to 2018 and the risk of social exclusion was 31.7 percent or 2.6 percent lower than in 2018, the Republic Statistics Office (RZS) said on Thursday. The at risk of poverty rate is the percentage of people whose available income is below the at risk of poverty level. In Serbia that meant an income of RSD 19,381 (1 Euro - 118 Dinars) a month in 2019 for a household of one. The threshold for a family of two adults and one child up to the age of 14 was RSD 34,886 and for a family of four with two children up to the age of 14 was RSD 40,700. The at risk of social exclusion rate is the percentage of people at risk of poverty or with extremely bad material situations or living households with low labor intensity.