Through the use of data, Aljazeera tackles the growing wealth inequality in India.
An Oxfam report released on the eve of the World Economic Forum at Davos underscores the dramatic increase in wealth inequality in India in recent years. In 2017 alone, the top 1 percent of the population owned 73 percent of the addition to wealth that occurred. A year ago, the top 1 percent owned 58 percent of the stock of wealth. Thus its share, already phenomenal, is still increasing. Read more >
Author Prabhat Patnaik
News Site Aljazeera
Date Published January 26, 2018
Article Link Why is India’s wealth inequality growing so rapidly?
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