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E. core leader), to its present post-colonial and de-industrialized status. Britain is undoubtedly still 32 ALTERNATIVE CAPITALISMS a member of the core and a global leader, but now as a team player, alliance-maker and partner to the United States, rather than one that can go it alone and globally enforce its will. Britain's position in the global hierarchy is well illustrated by its staunch support for the United States in its military actions in the Persian Gulf, Balkan and South Asian regions.
Peripheral status applies to about half of all countries. 1). On the other hand, the top ten semi-peripheral countries receive 75 per cent of that FDI. For the peripheral countries, this lack of investment interest can be seen as marginalization by neglect, so long as we remember that the intensity of relationships was much greater during the colonial era. Most of these now marginal countries were in the past deeply integrated with Europe as overseas colonies (Wolf, 1982; Richardson, 1992). Second, the peripheral states that are most purposefully marginalized by core states are those whose domestic and/or international behaviour challenges the latter's established norms and rules.
The report focuses on the countries of Africa and Asia that are not normally labelled emerging markets, and refers to them as less developed countries (LDCs). g. poverty, nutrition, health, education, economic vulnerability and dependency, relative per capita income). The UNCTAD report focuses on the investment opportunities in tourism, agro-industry, and the extension of publicly owned or privatized infrastructure. These are economic sectors in which the report says the LDCs have a distinct comparative advantage and private investment gaps.
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