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Post Industrial Development must interact with the rest of the World. This results in basic manufacturing concentrating relative to raw materials. Less Developed Countries tend not to have the capacity to develop their own facilities - which are supplied by the Advanced Countries. Businesses trend to form integrated controlled structures, producing Multi-National Corporations, who provide technology transfer and world wide marketing. So basic industries migrate out of the Advanced Countries - one of the biggest trends of our time. Some under developed countries react against this - and may not develop. These give distinctive investment patterns.

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