We know in our country or any other there are people following professions of wide range. Some are small masons , labour's and carpenters while others are rich businessmen , engineers and doctors . Every person sets goals in his life which depends on his profession . People of less income may want economical reforms in the country , whereas some others might seek that the country does better on infrastructure etc .
As we see different people have different needs to satisfy their aim they expect differently and their notion for national development is different
Hence it is justified.
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Yes , individuals seek different goals then their notion of national development is also likely to be different because different people seek things that are most important for them i.e. things which can fulfill their aspirations ir desires. At times, two persons or groups may seek things which are conflicting. For example:- A girl expects as much as freedom and opportunity as her brother and that he also shares in the house hold work. But her brother may not like this. At last, different persons can have different developmental goals what may be development for one and may not be for other.
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6.per capita income of a country
7.low middle income countries
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15. Both a and b
16.All of the above
17.Average income of a country
19.Good Health status of the population of a country
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People needs more income to grow their standard of living. More income also helps in future saving . The main exchange medium in any modern economy is money.To buy or sell any object which is necessary for our survival,money is mandatorily needed.
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As the human costs in China and other countries continue to rise, the virus is also taking its toll on different industrial sectors – and subdued demand and disrupted supply across industries increase uncertainty over the global economy.
SARS vs. Covid-19
This is the second time in the past 20 years that China is facing contagion coming from the corona virus family. In 2002, SARS epidemic took 800 lives and infected 8,000 people. Although economic impact of SARS was difficult to assess, a 2004 analysis indicates that the global economy experienced a loss of at least 40 billion US dollars in 2003 and a growth slowdown of 1%.
Since early 2000s, China’s economy grown enormously.
Many things changed since 2003, including the size of the Chinese economy and its position in the world. In the wake of SARS outbreak, China represented slightly over 4% of the global GDP and was the sixth largest economy in the world. Today, it contributes more than 16% of the world’s GDP and is the second economy after that of the United States.
Additionally, the country has traditionally been the biggest source of global growth – in 2019 alone its contribution surpassed 39%.
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