Wealth Geography

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Rural areas far from a Capital tend to be poorer. Capital cities are mostly located in coastal regions. Coastal regions are wealthier than deep inland regions. In the most Northerly regions Capital cities are mostly located in the South. Third world countries find they do not have enough money and instead of tight economic management print more money leading to episodes of hyperinflation. The strengthening or weakening of a countries exchange rates and economic growth rate determines over a long period of time whether a country is wealthy or poor.


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