Wealth inequality has grown. Sixty-two of the world's richest people own as much as the poorest half of the global population combined, according to the aid organization Oxfam.
The G20 summit is attracting a panoply of protests. DW breaks down the main demos on the streets and waters of Hamburg.
The world's eight richest businessmen own as much wealth as half the world's population combined, according to an Oxfam report. Inequality is "more shocking than ever before," the aid group says.
According to Oxfam, the world's richest 62 people now own the same as the poorest half of world's population. The aid group also found that the majority of low-paid workers around the world are women.
Global charity Oxfam has published a list of what it believes are the world's worst corporate tax havens. It insisted that big business kept cheating populations out of billions of dollars every year.
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