Third World debt

Third World debt
Third World debt Third World debt debt

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Third World debt UK US noun [U] ECONOMICS
money that is owed to rich countries by the poorer countries of the world: »

the Third World debt crisis

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He is encouraging the world's industrialized countries to support a plan to cancel Third World debt.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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