Economic Progress

5 charts that show what is happening to the middle class around the world

The middle class is no longer the majority in the United States Image: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Andrea Willige
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 Income inequality correlation
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Economic slowdown
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India middle class
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 India middle classes bar chart
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