RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - While the poor run into debt, the wealthy save more.
The trend that governments and Central Banks have been pursuing since the start of the coronavirus crisis may have been undermined for the time being, but the chances are high for a worsening scenario after the end of emergency aid to companies and the vulnerable.
The alert is provided by an Oxford Economics report, which sees the risk of a sharp deterioration in the global inequality scenario over the next five years due to the pandemic.
This trend has been fuelled since the 1980s by the . . .