Western Economic Strategy and the Developing Nation

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Western Economic Strategy and the Developing Nation
Introduction
It is clear that there are significant challenges with the processes that have been developed by transnational institutions for addressing poverty within developing nations, which have led to further economic inequities. For the last several decades, entities such as the World Bank, the World Trade Organization, the International Monetary Fund and United Nations agencies have suggested that neoliberal policies such as deregulation and privatization will lend themselves to economic development in the world’s poorest nations. Also known as structural adjustment policies, deregulation frameworks have come into vogue over the last few years, perpetuated by economic development...
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