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A Common Sense Economic And Market Structure Model For Developing Countries

by Professor, Consultant, Strategist, Africa Expert at International Business Associates on Jan 12, 2009

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Developing World has represented the three-fourths of the world's population of people in developing countries. These countries have been called Third World countries by developed countries. They are ...

Developing World has represented the three-fourths of the world's population of people in developing countries. These countries have been called Third World countries by developed countries. They are defined and classified by the World Bank as developing countries because of their less developed economic status and low per capita GNP or GDP that depicts a low standard of living as compared to developed countries.

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