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Modernization theorists see large corporations as: Answer offering little to help poor nations seeking to develop. unleashing the productive power of capitalism to speed development in poor
nations. responsible for the debt crisis in many poor nations. needing the technology currently available in poor nations.
The answer is responsible for the debt crisis in many poor nations. Modernization theorists see large corporations as responsible for the debt crisis in many poor nations.
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