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What is a true statement about the economies of the developing world? Developing economies have no effect on the developed world. Most developing nations are making about the same economic progress. The gap between rich and poor nations is shrinking. The gap between rich and poor nations is growing.
The gap between rich and poor nations is growing - is a true statement about the economies of the developing world.
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The gap between rich and poor nations is growing - is a true statement about the economies of the developing world.
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