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For instant in year 1960 countries such as Egypt, Morocco, Korea and Taiwan in terms of economic position were at the same level. The average per capital was approximately about $1,500 in U.S. dollars 1995 and they all lacked essential exports or manufacturing capacity. India and China in fact were much poorer than any of these nations. In contrasts, today the differences between the more advanced Asian countries and the Middle Eastern countries such as Egypt are quit striking and thus having a critical understanding of these factors is important in relation to understanding the economic development progress to follow. The development comparative of Middle East countries and the East Asian impressive economic growth in the last couple of years seems to go in the direction of how effective economies managed question and outmaneuver the neoliberal recipe. Currently the East Asian progress in terms of economic growth is said to offer an alternative to the existing model that can be grounded in the tangible economic prowess of a number of economies and in a way the model to be emulated in the near future. On trade issues the East Asian countries usually do is the protection of nascent industries and more so those that are related with science, indirectly subsidized industry, which promote protocols with other countries in order to promote export, concentrates on, value added products. In matter to do with financial issues they extended financial intermediation through the auspices
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