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Share and share alike

3 October 2016 By Swaha Pattanaik

The gap between the very rich and very poor has fallen since 2008 – even in developed countries. That’s the surprising finding of a new World Bank report. But a different measure shows rich countries are less good at sharing prosperity. Growth is too weak to mask this failure.

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