Davos Agenda 2022

Inequality has fuelled the pandemic. A windfall tax could help end it 

Health inequality means that 3.4 million black Americans would be alive today if their life expectancy was the same as their white counterparts Image: REUTERS/Kevin Mohatt

Gabriela Bucher

Executive Director, Oxfam International

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A one-off 99% windfall tax on the COVID-19 wealth gains of just the world’s ten richest men alone could pay to make enough vaccines for the world
A one-off 99% windfall tax on the COVID-19 wealth gains of just the world’s ten richest men alone could pay to make enough vaccines for the world Image: Oxfam
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