UN Report: Poverty in Sarawak higher than national average

An urban poor community in Miri city.

MIRI: The percentage of low-income earners in Sarawak is higher than the national-level figure, according to a United Nations report on extreme poverty.

The report was compiled by Philip Alston, who is the UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights Issues.

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