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Tucker
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ISBN: 9781337613040
Chapter 30, Problem 5SQP
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Do you agree with the argument that the rich nations are getting richer and the poor nations are getting poorer? Is this an oversimplification? Explain.

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Acceptability of the statement.

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The rich countries get richer and poor countries get poorer because the average GDP per capita of a rich nation (Industrially Advanced Countries) is greater than the average GDP per capita of poor countries (Less Developed Countries)...

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