O Intermitente<br> (So long, farewell, auf weidersehen, good-bye)

O Intermitente
(So long, farewell, auf weidersehen, good-bye)

segunda-feira, outubro 06, 2003


Na página de Johan Norberg:

After independence, India chose protectionism and economic planning, and set a world record in poverty. But after the reforms in the early 1990s, things look brighter. Since 1990, the number of Indians belonging to the middle class has grown from 310 to 550 million, and the number of poor has declined from 180 to 85 million. This article in the Washington Post, illustrates the transition. As one Indian puts it: "People are becoming much more globalized."

posted by Miguel Noronha 12:14 da tarde

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