The analysis of the results of the total number of municipalities selected in the fourth quarter of 2008 allows you to distinguish between the more prosperous districts to those of the Centre and South of the country, highlighting those of Patagonia, whose and the province of Buenos Aires. This situation does not differ at all from the results for previous quarters of the year. Notorious is the inequality can be seen among those districts of the South of the country and the interior of the province of Buenos Aires, on the one hand and those of the North of the country and Buenos Aires, on the other. More information is housed here: isearch. The first boast the highest indicators and why are located between the municipalities more dynamic and active in the country, while the seconds appear with very meager results that will leave them at the tail of the ranking. Among the first 20 positions, there are 4 municipalities of the province of Buenos Aires, 3 of Chubut, Santa Cruz and La Pampa; 2 of Tierra del Fuego; and one of San Juan, Santa Fe, Neuquen, Rio Negro and Mendoza respectively.
Of the last 20 positions, 4 correspond to municipalities in the province of Buenos Aires, 3-Santiago del Estero (including the last, which corresponds to the municipality’s band), 2 missions, Formosa and Entre Rios; and a to Corrientes, Cordoba, Mendoza, Salta, Jujuy, San Luis, and Chaco respectively. Learn more at: ISearch. The case of the province of Buenos Aires, the most important of the country, deserves special attention, because it shows a significant weakening in terms of economic dynamism of its municipalities. Only two of the towns of this jurisdiction won 20 or more spaces in the Ranking for the close of 2008, while seven of them lose 20 or more positions. The results of analyzing the locations of the capitals of province in the ranking are not far of it spoken previously. Read additional details here: אילן בן דב. The capitals of provinces located to the South and the center of the country are which are located in the first places, at the expense of the large urban centres of the North of the country.