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07 Challenges to Economic Development in Maldives


While we are succeeding in bringing hundreds of people out of poverty, too many are still mired in a doom spiral of poverty and disease- despite the entry of new philanthropists, advocates and corporations into the field of national development.

The following are some of the emerging challenges to economic development.
  1. Energy and Environmental Security
  2. Centralization and Relative Poverty
  3. Competing in a New Era of Globalization
  4. Capitalism and National Imbalances
  5. Economic Exclusion (of Regional Hubs)
  6. Global Corporations, Global Impact
  7. Provision of Healthcare

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