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Reasons for the
“Development
Gap”.
Social and Economic Groupings of
Nations...
OBJECTIVES:
Indentify FOUR new ways of grouping countries.
Explain different social and economic groupings
if nations.
Discover the consequences of grouping nations.
Achieving target one...
Grade C – Group the
following countries
together.
Grade A – Why have you
grouped them in that
way..?
USA, Malawi, India, Italy,
Japan, China, Saudi
Arabia, Mexico, Sudan,
Brazil.
The groupings...
Group 1 – Affluent countries – USA, Europe, Japan.
Group 2 – Emerging economies, GDP growth of 3%
or more, 50% of the worlds population.
Group 3 – Countries with important natural
resources.
Group 4 – Those that are lagging behind, isolated
from the global community.
How have some
countries managed
to play catch up..?
What is a trade
bloc ?– Grade C
Why do they
exist? – Grade A
Free Trade
Areas
Customs
Unions
Common
Markets
Economic
Unions
The worlds trade blocs...
European Union (EU)
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
South African Development Community (SADC)
Mercosur
Andean Community
Caribbean Community (CARICOM)
Target Three – The consequences...
TASK:
Sort the
information
into positive
and negative
consequences.
Positive
Consequences
Negative
Consequences
Positive Consequences
Negative Consequences
Social and Economic Groupings of
Nations...
OBJECTIVES:
Indentify FOUR new ways of grouping countries.
Explain different social and economic groupings
if nations.
Discover the consequences of grouping nations.
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