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Professor of Economics Ramon Tamames at the 5th Astana Economic Forum

26.05.2012


Ramon Tamames, Professor of Economics at the Autonomous University of Madrid, believes that crisis shows redistribution of income and wealth between the developed and developing countries. It means that developing countries are growing rapidly and have already won a third of the world trade. In his view, the main part of the world's population living in developing countries has not been affected by the global financial crisis.

Source: Prime Minister Karim Massimov's Youtube channel

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