Globalisation must be harnessed better to help the world's poorest countries improve the lives of their citizens, says the report.
"Globalisation often has been a very powerful force for poverty reduction, but too many countries and people have been left out," says Nicholas Stern, the World Bank's chief economist.
The Bank believes this has become even more important foll
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