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What is modernization model? it is a model of economic development most closely associated with the work of economist Walter Rostow.
What is the difference between formal and informal economy? formal economy is taxed and monitored by a government,but informal economy is not taxed nor monitored by government.
What is a developing country? a country that is making progress in technology,production, and socioeconomic welfare.
What is Neocolnialism? The enrenchment of the colonial order,such as trade and investment, under a new guise.
What is Structuralist Theory? it is a general term for a model of economic development that treats economic disparities among countries or regoins as the result of historically derived power relations within the global economic system.
Why is Lingua Franca important to so many countries? It is important because mainly all the countries trade so in order to trade they pick up one language that they can all speak and understand.
What is Delimitation? it is in political geography, the translation of the written terms of a boundary treaty into an official cartographic representation.
What is Demarcation? it is in political geography, the actual placing of a political boundary on the landscape by means of barriers, fences, walls,or other markets.
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