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'Poverty may hit 40 crore workers'

Mid-Day Thursday, 9 April 2020
About 40 crore workers in India working in the informal economy are at risk of falling deeper into poverty during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. The International Labour Organisation (ILO) said in a report today that the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting 2.7 billion workers globally due to lockdowns. The COVID-19 is already affecting...
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