The Chinese Miracle, Ending Poverty 


Households in Eastern Asia, largely comprised of China, living in poverty in 1990. Poverty is defined as earning $2 or less a day.


Chinese households living in poverty in 2013, the most recent year the World Bank published poverty data for China.

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