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Ending poverty by 2030

International Day for the Eradication of Poverty 2014

In two new ODI blogs, our researchers highlight some of the key policies missing from the proposed Sustainable Development Goals and argue that ending poverty is inextricably linked with reaching zero net carbon emissions.

Farmers in Tanzania. Photo: Gates Foundation via Flickr
Chinese factory workers. Photo: Shreyans Bhansali via Flickr

The slowdown: why China could be the new Japan

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China's growth could drop below 4% next year, well below the IMF's prediction of 7% – and poor countries that rely on exports will be hit hard.

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Join the debate: how should we allocate aid?

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As the OECD launches the 2014 Development Cooperation Report, ODI researchers debate whether we are giving too little aid to the poorest countries.

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