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Cities Will Become Inequality Traps Without Better Housing, Transport Policies, Says OECD

Oct 13 - Governments should rethink urban housing, transport, schooling and jobs strategies to ensure that cities do not become inequality traps, according to a new OECD report which shows that a majority of cities have higher inequality than their respective national average.

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