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May 06, 2014

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Balconyinsummer

So is the assumption here that all developing countries will undergo structural transformation at some point? For instance, 85% of rural Ethiopians work in agriculture; is it expected that Ethiopia, too, will eventually industrialise? The Ethiopian government is currently focusing on efforts to transform and modernise the agricultural sector, which suggests that structural transformation isn't even on the development agenda.

penny

We must to holistic thinking for the overall sake, look at the problem can not be unilaterally、

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