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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 USSR Laos vs The economy of Laos is rapidly growing, as the government began to decentralize control and encourage private enterprise Laos is ranked 33rd out of 41 countries in the AsiaPacific region, and its overall score is below the world and regional averages. Lao's youth literacy rate is83.93% and theliteracy rate ofadults is 72.70%. Lao PDR have only one or two classrooms and offer just two or three grades of primary schooling. Completion rates to grade five and transition onto secondary school are also particularly low in much of the country. At least 5 million hectares of Laos's total land area of 23,680,000 hectares are suitable for cultivation. However, just 17 % of the land area is actually cultivated, less than 4% of the total area. Poverty and extreme poverty are most common in mountainous regions, where the majority of the country's ethnic minority peoples live. In upland areas, the poverty rate is as high as 43%, compared with about 28% in the lowlands. The poorest groups in the lowlands are those who have been resettled from mountain regions. agriculture living condition The economy was characterised by state control of investment, public ownership of industrial assets, and during the last 20 years of its existence, pervasive corruption and socioeconomic stagnation. double click to change this title text! Agriculture in the Soviet Union was the most oppressed sector of economy in the Soviet Union. A number of food taxes were introduced despite the decree on Land. A system of state and collective farms, placed rural population back into serfdom. A passport system not only tied peasantry to land, but set number of additional restrictions. agriculture---> Education was strictly controlled by the state. In 1932, a rigid programme of discipline and education was introduced. Exams, banned under Lenin, were reintroduced. these generally rose in the 1930s despite the obvious problems with food production and shortages elsewhere. Some people did very well out of the system especially party officials and skilled factory workers. Health care was greatly expanded. living condition
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