Economic liberalization cuts poverty

A new video shows that poverty reduction targets in the developing world have already been met. The reduction has come from some of the most populous countries- namely China and […]
Published on November 1, 2013

A new video shows that poverty reduction targets in the developing world have already been met.

The reduction has come from some of the most populous countries- namely China and India- reducing poverty levels through economic liberalization.

The video also states that the more countries embrace market-friendly policies, the greater chance extreme poverty can be eradicated in the future.

 

 

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