The world’s poorest countries have more in common than they share, according to a new report, highlighting how the world has changed and how inequalities have become greater.
The report by the Oxford Economics Centre and Oxford University said inequality is higher in the developing world than in developed countries.
It found that more than 40% of people live in countries where the average income is less than $10,000 a year, compared with 13% in developed nations.
The study, published by the OECD, found that the world had become more unequal.
The most unequal countries were in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Oceania, the Caribbean, the Middle East and Europe.
The authors said that the biggest gap in income is in the developed world, with a gap of $1,500 in North America and a gap in South America of $3,400.
This is because of the high rates of income inequality, which have been growing in the last two decades.
The OECD’s research director, Adam Sacks, said the report highlighted the need for action on inequality and the role of trade and investment.
“These findings reflect the challenges that people face in getting from where they are to where they want to be in their lives, and also the opportunity cost of rising inequality,” he said.
The US and the UK are the two most unequal societies in the world.
But in the UK, a country of about 7.6 million people, there is a widening gap in inequality.
In the UK the richest 10% of households have more than 50 times the wealth of the poorest 20%.
This has led to a greater disparity between the rich and poor in the country.