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刺激私人发展投资

斯特拉斯堡—成功的经济发展坚守一条广为人知的路径。让一国摆脱贫困、走上可持续发展之路需要努力工作、建立强健的财产权利制度,以及——至关重要的——私人投资。

这一方法不是某个特殊地区或民族专享。亚洲令人瞩目的增长证明,这一方法可以移植到不同文化。因此,发展经济学家和全球多边机构无法将其系统地应用于发展中世界令人蒙羞。

数十亿美元援助资金被用于发展中国家,但并不足够,结果也令人失望。世界银行估算仍有十亿人每天的生活费不足1.25美元,更有8亿多人吃不饱饭。千年发展目标尝试应用全面的方针降低贫困,但并没有解决贫困的根源。

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