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The combined fortune of 26 of the world's richest people equal to the total wealth of the 3.8 billion poorest people. This startling disparity in wealth according to a report from the charity Oxfam. It that since the global financial crisis in 2008, the number of billionaires in the world has . They are also $2.5 billion richer every day. This is in stark contrast to the world's less fortunate - the poorest half of the planet is its wealth slowly as prices of commodities increase, wages are and land prices and rents rise. Oxfam's report the growing gap between the world's rich and poor and the ever- gap in wealth inequality.

The report says that most of the world's mega-wealthy have their huge fortunes from technology companies like Amazon, Microsoft and Facebook. The world's richest person is Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos. His $100 billion fortune 100 times greater than the annual health budget of Ethiopia. Oxfam said it time to try and the imbalance in wealth. It taxing income at fairer levels, increasing tax on personal earnings and corporate profits, and tax avoidance schemes commonly by companies and the super-rich. It said: "In many countries, a decent education or quality healthcare has a luxury only the rich can ."

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