A lot of countries are experiencing the most extreme economic downturn in history.
And it’s hurting the people in the countries that are the most vulnerable, according to a new study.
The world’s poorest nations are the ones with the greatest economic and social problems, and their economic policies are in desperate need of a major overhaul.
We spoke to a handful of experts about how to fix them.
For the rest of us, the world’s economic woes aren’t going to get better anytime soon.
Here’s a look at the world economy right now.
How is the world doing?
The world economy is growing, but it’s not as fast as it used to be.
There are plenty of countries that aren’t growing at a fast pace.
China, the largest economy in the world, is in a recession that will likely last until 2020.
Other major economies, including the U.S., Japan, France and Germany, have been in recession for more than a year.
The U.K. is the only major country to have an overall growth rate that is above 3 percent.
But many other nations have been hit by the same economic downturn that has hit the world as a whole.
And many are still suffering the effects of it.
For example, Brazil’s economy grew by just 0.3 percent in the first quarter, and it’s expected to shrink by more than 3 percent this year.
That means that it will take more than three years to return to pre-crisis growth.
And in the process, it will also cost more than $6 trillion to fix the problems caused by the recession, according a report from the International Monetary Fund.
Brazil, the U, Japan and the U in Africa are among the worst-hit countries in the region, and the world is losing ground to the continent as a result.
The World Bank, the global lender for poorer countries, has estimated that it has lost about $2.7 trillion to the recession.
A new report from The Economist paints a much more grim picture of the world.
It estimates that nearly one in five people on the planet are now in poverty.
Nearly 1 billion people live in extreme poverty, the poorest of all the worlds groups, according the report.
The United Nations Development Program estimates that some 5.2 billion people are in extreme hardship.
More than 80 percent of people in extreme economic hardship live in developing countries.
“There is still a lot of work to do to lift people out of poverty, and even more to do as developing countries struggle with economic problems,” said Kristin Jardin, the chief economist at the United Nations.
“It’s a problem for all of us.”
But the problem isn’t going away anytime soon, especially given the current economic climate.
If the global economy continues to grow at this rate, the number of people living in extreme financial hardship could rise by another 15 million in 2020, according Jardo.
That’s the most severe economic downturn the world has seen in decades, and while there are some areas that are doing better, the rest are on the verge of the worst economic downturn we’ve seen in a long time.
The economic downturn is so severe that governments are cutting back, like cutting spending and cutting back on jobs.
And if they’re not cutting back fast enough, the unemployment rate could double, according The Economist.
The new report found that in the next 10 years, the average wage in the developing world will increase by $1,600, but only if wages continue to grow by 1.5 percent annually.
So, if the global economic slowdown continues, and wages continue their slow and steady growth, millions of people are going to become even worse off.
What can countries do to help?
A lot is already being done to try to address the economic downturn.
Countries are stepping up spending, and they are looking to their own economies to help.
The IMF recently launched the Global Development Goals 2020, a set of ambitious economic goals that are aimed at boosting economic growth.
But the World Bank and other global lenders aren’t just talking about getting countries on track to meet their goals.
They’re also talking about finding solutions to the underlying problems that are causing the downturn.
And they’re also working to boost the incomes of people at the bottom of the global income distribution, like people in rural Africa and the developing countries that don’t have access to clean drinking water and clean air.
In addition, countries are also looking to help people around the world get their lives back on track, and are investing in education and health care.
The problem isn�t going away, so the world will continue to see economic problems that affect the majority of the people.
But as the recession continues to hit, it’s important that governments begin to invest in their economies and start fixing the problems that have been caused by it.
That would help make sure the world doesn’t have to wait another decade or two to get out of this economic downturn, but could also help countries get back