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By: An Hodgson

Income inequality is one of the greatest risks to the global economy today, and with austerity measures, tax policies and widespread corruption all leading to greater inequality, the problem is widespread. Not only can income inequality undermine business environments, but it can also lead to political instability. Euromonitor forecasts that into 2030, income inequality will widen in 70 out of 85 countries, highlighting the fact that narrowing income inequality is no easy task.

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