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The man who Microsoft, Bill Gates, has that by 2035, there will be almost no poor countries in the world. Today, the World Bank says there 35 poor countries. Most of the people who in them are on low or no incomes. Gates that nearly all these countries will richer in the next 20 years. He wrote: "Every nation in South America, Asia, and Central America (with the possible exception of Haiti), and most in coastal Africa will have the ranks of today's middle-income nations." He : "When I was born, most countries in the world poor. In the next two decades desperately poor countries will the exception rather than the rule."

Mr Gates said some countries will still be poor. These North Korea, Haiti and nations in central Africa. He the good news was that: "Nearly 90% will a higher income than India does today." He countries will become richer by their more successful neighbours. Countries will also from new medicines, better seeds for farmers, and the Internet. Gates said many countries that were very poor just a few decades ago are now well. He said China, India, Brazil and Botswana were poor thirty years ago but now have economies. He said there was still a lot of work to and that, "more than one billion people live in extreme poverty, so it's not time to ".

 


 
 
 

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