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How do developed countries help developing countries?
The developed countries can provide funds to open new schools and polytechnic institutions. These will not only increase the literacy rate, but will also provide vocational education. Finally, rich nations should help to improve the economy of poor countries. This can be done by promoting free trade.
Does the WTO help developing countries?
Underlying the WTO’s trading system is the fact that more open trade can boost economic growth and help countries develop. In addition, the WTO agreements are full of provisions that take into account the interests of developing countries. Over three-quarters of WTO members are developing or least-developed countries.
Why are there so many projects in developing countries?
In many ways, there has been an explosion of economic and social projects in developing countries since the mid-1990s, in part because of global trade and also in response to infrastructure development needs due to population growth in developing countries.
How are developed countries investing in developing countries?
Both multilateral and bilateral donor agencies and civil societies have been calling for more investments to stem the tide of poverty and mitigate deadly and preventable diseases particularly in Africa. The most advanced industrialized nations (G8) have also pledged to provide funds to developing countries.
What should government do to help developing countries?
The government should simplify regulation related to exports; long bureaucracy procedures negatively affect especially new exporters. At the same time, governments should improve information collection and dissemination about foreign markets and requirements for exporting.
How to help developing countries boost export growth?
Since SMEs make up the large majority of firms in developing countries, improvements in this domain are necessary to favour export growth. Simplifying regulation. The government should simplify regulation related to exports; long bureaucracy procedures negatively affect especially new exporters. At the same time, governments should improve