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Research Paper | Economics | India | Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015

Impact on the Economy of Developing Countries in the Global Economic Crisis

Soliman Musbah Albandag

Abstract: International economy developing countries, many serious negative effects coming decades, the world's worst, a strong strike face serves as a witness to the economic crisis affected the rate of its revenue and development and new years have been achieved, which develops variants, where these days the world is in need of good cooperation with a financial world. Summer point spread view from 2008 seems to be one of the only way he thought the world of economics, nuclear and recent, but some financial crises and securing against fall economic expansion in the world to develop Here the focus was where the developing country's economy is growing in developing countries, many countries in the same markets as where many statistics where through the collapse has been the stage of risk in order to overcome the crisis which has affected this kind of food, where energy and financial crisis represented are faced with three risks, hope their capital withdrawn after the country choice to investors, many countries have been less investment portfolio where the growing markets are witnessing less sharp in exports affected by the investment, the more the crisis are suffering balance high amount and the fiscal deficit marked out also keep them near some of the risk in a situation dangerous have been reduced despite the cases before the foreign direct investment in the economy refresh its activity and proves that the threats were able to overcome. Increase global production expected later research feature bold statements and previous showing the distribution of the various states in the developing countries and development agreement with the organization of business world allowed in the countries in the less developed and involves its role and principles and privileges the study of the products exported and among the world states in developing selected service including an analysis of the development of exports and growing movement in the developed world, where economic growth is the main factor affecting and raising the standard of living. This study thus, economic globalization and growing economic potential in developing countries face, and mergers and business production car is considered where free trade and mention the importance of people's economic development rate of the country in developing permission to access the world market through international exchange to achieve economic growth in developing countries this objective try to.

Keywords: whitelist-oriented approach, synthetic social relationships

Edition: Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015,

Pages: 1165 - 1168

Impact on the Economy of Developing Countries in the Global Economic Crisis

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Soliman Musbah Albandag, "Impact on the Economy of Developing Countries in the Global Economic Crisis", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR),, Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015, 1165 - 1168, #ijsrnet

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