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According To World Bank, 50.72% of People Affected By Extreme Poverty Are From Sub-Saharan Africa!

The number of people without a decent income remains much too high “, but played down the President of the World Bank, Jim Yong Kim, said in the report.

The message is clear: we can only do by ensuring that growth benefits the poor. And for that, it is essential to tackle the inequalities, especially in countries that concentrate a large number of poor


Some of these measures can have a quick impact on income inequality. Others will pay off more gradually. But none is a silver bullet , “but warned the president of the World Bank.

Source: Ecofin Agency


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