Income inequality leads to slower economic growth – IMF study

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From Reuters:

“Income inequality can lead to slower or less sustainable economic growth, while redistribution of income, when measured, does not hurt and can even help an economy, IMF staff found in a research study released on Wednesday.”

The slow wake-up continues. And, as we remarked in that slight shocker yesterday, tax justice has got an awful lot to do with this.

Now for a nice infographic, from Oxfam – in case you missed it.

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