85 people own half of world’s wealth, says Oxfam

Politics & Economics

A report released by Oxfam says half the world’s wealth is owned by just 85 people – a statistic which the charity says in completely unsustainable in a world of finite resources.

(Al Jazeera English YouTube channel)

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