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Inequality is the biggest challenge facing the world next year, according to a new report from the World Economic Forum.
Their 2015 outlook on the global agenda is a perspective on the major trends and challenges that will face the world over the next 12-18 months devised from a survey of 1,767 people from the world of business, academia, and government across the world leaders.
Of inequality, the World Economic Forum point out:
In developed and developing countries alike, the poorest half of the population often controls less than 10 per cent of its wealth. This is a universal challenge that the whole world must address.
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