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Why is it sometimes hard for LDCs to use their natural resources efficiently? A. LDCs cannot afford to buy technology to develop their resources. B. Natural resources are not evenly
distributed throughout the world. C. LDCs do not want to use technology to develop their resources. D. The climate is often too harsh to allow them to develop their resources.
A. LDCs cannot afford to buy technology to develop their resources.
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User: Why is it sometimes hard for LDCs to use their natural resources efficiently? A. LDCs cannot afford to buy technology to develop their resources. B. Natural resources are not evenly distributed throughout the world. C. LDCs do not want to use technology to develop their resources. D. The climate is often too harsh to allow them to develop their resources.

Weegy: A. LDCs cannot afford to buy technology to develop their resources.
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User: Suppose you are the leader of a small country with a developing economy in Latin America. You want your country to have a greater voice in the global economy. What organization should you join? A. World Trade Organization B. International Monetary Fund C. Group of 20 D. European Union

Weegy: B.



User: In 1999, India did not have shopping malls. It now has more than 100 malls. Which of the following explains this rapid development? A. The largest economic growth has taken place in construction. B. Uneducated people in rural areas are demanding malls. C. The middle class is increasing demand for consumer goods. D. The gap between rich and poor is shrinking.

Weegy: Th middle class is increasing demand. Before, people used to spend time in life activities such as sport, but with world becoming advanced, people are more into buying stuff to show off and to keep up.
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