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COVID-19: Developing countries in unprecedented debt situation
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Global poverty: coronavirus could drive it up for the first time since the 1990s
Poverty is likely to increase dramatically in middle-income developing countries in Asia, such as India, Pakistan, Indonesia and the ...
Faceless and dispossessed: India’s circular migrants in the times of COVID-19
The 2011 Census said India has 454 million migrants, 54 million of whom are interstate workers. But the data ...
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