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Emerging Asia faces a post-COVID inequality trap. Here's how to avoid it

Emerging Asia must act now to ensure an equitable recovery from the pandemic Image: Unsplash/Florian Wehde

Jean-Pascal Duvieusart

Member of the Board; Chief Executive Officer, Home Credit, PPF

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The negative income shock on ASEAN and Emerging Asia households have far-reaching consequences. Image: ADB Institute

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