Bottom billion

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Bottom billion – definition Definition- Refers to the bottom billion that are in the poorest of the poor Significance -Collier refers them as their performance getting worse and worse and this affects everyone globally. It is hard to record this so their performance is actually worse than what is recorded. In addition, Life expectancy is much lower and infant mortality rate is much higher in these developing countries that are made up of the “bottom billion” Source- Collier article Example - Africa is one of the countries that has the biggest trap, this is the problem. Africa is the core of the problem. However, a counter example would be of India and China. They escaped from being part of the “bottom billion” just on time with globalization. Bottom billion – conflict trap 1. Definition: The conflict trap is the risk countries, most of which belong to the bottom billion, face due to civil wars. Collier delineates the definition of the conflict trap as the likelihood that a country who has just experienced a civil war will soon face another civil
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