The economic gap between developed and less developed nations must be closed if the future is to hold a promise of stability and cooperation. The industrialized nations, particularly the U.S., must communicate this concern and make a determined effort to bridge this gap. Investment capital by multinational corporations is the most effective hope for eliminating the poverty in many underdeveloped nations. Such capital carries with it the important benefits of manpower development, managerial expertise, and marketing apparatus.
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