Targeting Money To Poor Will Bring Money To Rich At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, players from the globe's top economies discussed solutions to their economic woes. Economist Paul Collier, author of the book The Bottom Billion, talks to host Jacki Lyden about whether the world's richest can still afford to help the world's poorest.
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Targeting Money To Poor Will Bring Money To Rich

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Targeting Money To Poor Will Bring Money To Rich

Targeting Money To Poor Will Bring Money To Rich

Targeting Money To Poor Will Bring Money To Rich

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At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, players from the globe's top economies discussed solutions to their economic woes — but they're still far better off than the world's poorest billion people.

Economist Paul Collier, author of the book The Bottom Billion, talks to host Jacki Lyden about whether the world's richest can still afford to help the world's poorest.