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326. How Might the Development Gap be Reduced

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In this Geography Factsheet you will find:
• Features of the poorest countries.
• Global distribution of those people in the ‘bottom billion’ living in poverty.
• Can aid reduce the development gap?
• Benefits and failings of aid.
• Can changes to trade policy reverse marginalisation?
• Case Study: Nepal.

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January 2015

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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