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IMF Head: How governments can prevent widening inequality

Most of the world is facing a slow rollout of vaccines even as new virus mutations are spreading. Image: REUTERS/Bruno Kelly

Kristalina Georgieva

Managing Director, International Monetary Fund

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Per capita income losses between 2020 and 2022.
Advanced economies are expected to recover faster than their less economically developed counterparts. Image: IMF/January 2021 World Economic Outlook
Policy support helped reduce employment losses.
Advanced economies could support their citizens through fiscal policy. Image: IMF, World Economics Outlook, IMF staff calculations
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