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Lack of jobs in the market has already hit the common man severely. The double-digit contraction rate means the situation is likely to improve only at snail’s pace.
With the majority of countries going through a K-shaped economic recovery, the gap between the haves and have nots will widen and big companies will consume smaller ones faster than ever.