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The twitterverse responded at large to Oxfam's new report Working for the few, later republished by The Guardian with the headline Oxfam: 85 richest people as wealthy as poorest half of the world. The titular fact generated many tweets and retweets (#oxfam, #incomegap) as social media conversations ramp up leading to WEF 2014.
Davos participants highlighted additional global trends. Youth unemployment (#youthunemployment) is a issue participants are expecting to discuss. News that 50 percent of the world's population is under 27 (#youth) inspired outward reflection. Also, the rising share of global GPD among Eastern nations (#GDP), particularly China & India, earned a high amount of tweets.
To view the conversations from WEF participants, and the world, on Twitter, visit WEFLIVE.com.
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