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Credit Suisse

Inequality: Balancing the Extremes

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Evidence is building that income and wealth inequality stifles countries' economic growth rates. At the Credit Suisse Research Institute's June 2014 meeting, foremost political, economic and business leaders examined the drivers of inequality, its links to the macro economy and what causes it to fall.

- Visit the Credit Suisse Research Institute website: http://bit.ly/18Cxa0p

Download the latest reports (PDF) from the Credit Suisse Research Institute:
- Global Investment Returns Yearbook 2014: http://bit.ly/1hf1GRJ
- Latin America: The Long Road: http://bit.ly/1eRR2OO
- 2014 Emerging Consumer Survey: http://bit.ly/1lHHwhu
- 2013 Global Wealth Report: http://bit.ly/1bhh0Ua
- Sugar: Consumption at a Crossroads: http://bit.ly/1gEolms
- 2013 Emerging Consumer Survey: http://bit.ly/1bhhzNM
- Opportunities in an Urbanizing World: http://bit.ly/19h2ZGk
- Gender Diversity and Corp. Performance: http://bit.ly/1ePorGH

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