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Which are factors that cause poverty in low-income nations? A.increase in manufacturing, B.lack of educational opportunities, C.lack of technology, D.overpopulation, E.underpopulation, F.uneven distribution of wealth.
Lack of educational opportunities, lack of technology, overpopulation, and uneven distribution of wealth are factors that cause poverty in low-income nations.
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Lack of educational opportunities, lack of technology, overpopulation, and uneven distribution of wealth are factors that cause poverty in low-income nations.

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