To what extent do you agree that capitalism will not only survive but it will develop
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For example, Australia and New Zealand, both developed, are in the southern hemisphere, but not included into in “The South”.- Rich and Poor countries. These terms suggest a greater focus on income per capita, though it reflects the statistical average wealth of a country’s citizens, when income is distributed very unequally.- Industrialized and Non-industrialized countries. These terms are focused on the industrial level of development, and are relevant to widely used terms “Developed and Developing countries.” Most countries that are currently being industrialized or are in advanced phases of industrialization, also have characteristics of a post-industrial economy. On top of everything, in the epoch of globalization, all the countries are interdependent.The growth-poverty debate cen
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