Technological facet & its usage in the development the world

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 Why is the rapidly changing technology not being used in the best interest of the many people of the third world countries and why there is a technological advantage taken by the developed world?

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Technological facet & its usage in the development the world

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I would argue that technology in the developing countries is growing faster than you may know. Globalization is moving very fast making the whole world like one village. It is much easier for communication to go on between someone in the USA, Canada, Asia and China than a few years before when communication was only through landline or the PBX phones. The mobile phone has quickly closed the gap. Exchange of goods is much easier for example you can order for things online and have them delivered at your door step. Information is also easily shared and communication lines are much faster using information cables thus you are just a click away from me in terms of emails. Developed countries or call them the western countries have an advantage because of what we can refer to as civilization they are ahead because of embracing new things faster than most developing countries could. Most developing countries are apprehensive of testing new ideas and that's why it takes time for them to move even with technology.

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Technological facet & its usage in the development the world

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Hello Rajesh,

Third world countries are developing countries, and as far as I know, technology is growing fast and being utilized in the third world countries, though not to the level that the technology has been exploited in the west. But since development is a process that goes through stages, I believe that the third world countries are on the right track, and in some few years to come technology will be fully exploited in these countries. Some of the problems that stalls the technological advancement in these countries include lack of funds, machinery and also lack of motivation to exploit the technology.

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Lee Hung.

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