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Covid, inequality, inflation could push 263m across nations into extreme poverty in 2022: Report

IndiaTimes Monday, 23 May 2022
A new report by Oxfam International estimates that the combined crises of Covid-19, rising inequality and galloping food prices could push as many as 263 million people across countries into extreme poverty in 2022, reversing decades of progress. This is the equivalent of one million people every 33 hours, the report says.
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Millions Forced Into Extreme Poverty, While the Ultra-Rich Profited, From the Pandemic. A new report from Oxfam International highlights the growing disparity between the few ultra-rich and the world's poorest. . According to the report, a new billionaire was created every 30 hours of the first...

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