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    Prviate Sector in Geography

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    Many of the poorest countries in the world have a high percentage of their workforce working in the primary sector, while many of the richest countries in the world have very few workers in the primary sector. Why?
    (Primary sector is defined as resource extraction of any kind, such as farming, mining or logging.)

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    This posting explores why the priviate sector differs economically.

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