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COVID-19 could push 100 million people into extreme poverty, says World Bank

As the pandemic continues, the predictions get worse. Image: REUTERS/Mohammed Aty

Daniel Gerszon Mahler

Young Professional, Development Data Group, World Bank

Christoph Lakner

Economist in the Poverty and Equity Global Practice, The World Bank.

R. Andres Castaneda Aguilar

Economist, Development Data Group, World Bank

Haoyu Wu

Consultant, Poverty and Equity Global Practice

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