How Globalization will Serve to Augment Economic Growth in Liberia Bhagwati demonstrates that it may be possible to raise a country like Liberia out of poverty through the positive efforts of globalization, and in particular to address the challenges faced by women in developing countries. Economic and social indicators for Liberia illustrate the issues facing this West African nation: the country currently has 80 per cent of its total population living below the national poverty line, and the country is suffering from a high infant mortality rate (CIA). In order to ensure that these issues are addressed, a globalization framework which allows Liberian companies to trade on an international scale may be able to offer solutions that may...The end:
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