Where All the World‘s Wealth Ends Up – Oxfam Survey

Nobody today believes that the world‘s wealth is equally distributed. What is shocking, nonetheless, is the extreme inequality of results disclosed in a survey by Oxfam. According to the Oxfam survey, the majority (82%) of the wealth created in the world in 2017 belonged to 1% of the richest people on earth.  While rich people became richer, 3,7 bilion people who live in poverty experienced no change for the better at all.

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