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In 23 years, worldwide extreme poverty fell from 35% to 11%, mostly thanks to China

Over the past two decades, China has attempted to wipe out dissent, cleavage and satire within its borders; however, there is one thing that the country has excelled at eliminating above all -- poverty. [ more › ]
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