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The Pillage Of The Third World

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  • 1. Review of Pillage of the Third World
    • Presented by:
    • Shahbaz Chaudhry & Nazish Sohail
    Presented to: Monsieur Raza Naeem
  • 2. Pillage of the Third World at a Glance Written by Pierre Jalee First published as Le Pillage du Tiers Monde in France Comprises of Six chapters Statistical reports used in it are mainly taken from United Nations documents Purpose of book: Talks About The Relationship Between Third World Countries And Imperialist Countries
  • 3.  
  • 4. Comparison
    • Per capita national income
    • No. Of inhabitants per doctor
    • Per capita consumption of industrial steel and energy
    • Annual population growth rate
  • 5.
    • extractive industries
    • manufacture industries
    • agricultural industries
  • 6. Trade
    • Imperialist countries trade among themselves
    • Primary products vs. manufactured goods
    • Trade with old masters
    • Decrease in price of primary products
  • 7.  
  • 8. Imperialism & Third World
    • Public Financial aid, an act of generosity or a matter of self-interest?
    • Bilateral Public aid- “ an oxygen cylinder of doubtful value for a dying patient ”
    • - two-Fold exploitation
  • 9.
    • International Public Aid - designed to support the interests and policies of imperialist camps
    • Investments & Retransfers- foreign pvt enterprises are investing low, selling high, earning more and exporting currency which third world has not received.
    • Raw materials
    • Manufacture articles
  • 10. Association with European Common Market
    • A typical Neo-Imperialist contract
    • “ Old wine in a new bottle ”
    • Bias of EEC crippled African States
    • Extraction of primary raw materials
    • Unchecked high profit repatriation
    • Disguised colonialism
  • 11.
    • Jalee Combined all the incomplete conclusions from all the chapters.
    • He was particularly preoccupied with the trade.
    • No hope for the third world
    • Sun of imperialism will never set- exploitation of third world will continue more fiercely than before
    • Resources will be pillaged more and more as the time passes.
    • the third world countries should start trading with themselves .