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This chapter shows that while poverty has been reduced, income inequality has become worse in both China and India, which may be explained partly by very rapid economic growth during the past two decades. Non-income inequalities in the form of lack of access to education, health services and other public services have more adversely affected minorities than the majority population, which poses serious social and political problems. China has been more successful than India in ensuring access of minorities to education and health services. For example, it has practically removed child malnutrition which remains a serious problem in India.
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