To deal with inequality, the secret is not to cap the top end of the wealth pyramid, but to raise the income and wealth of the bottom half. To deal with inequality, the secret is not to cap the top end of the wealth pyramid, but to raise the income and wealth of the bottom half.
To deal with inequality, the secret is not to cap the top end of the wealth pyramid, but to raise the income and wealth of the bottom half.

The source of inequality

Andrew Sheng says to tackle inequality, we must first understand its origins in globalisation and urbanisation, then focus on raising the income and wealth of the bottom half of society

To deal with inequality, the secret is not to cap the top end of the wealth pyramid, but to raise the income and wealth of the bottom half. To deal with inequality, the secret is not to cap the top end of the wealth pyramid, but to raise the income and wealth of the bottom half.
To deal with inequality, the secret is not to cap the top end of the wealth pyramid, but to raise the income and wealth of the bottom half.
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