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Distinguish between sustained growth and sustainable economic development?
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Growth is gdp whilst development is more hdi. Basically in a simple way
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Sustained growth is growth year on year, so gdp keeps going up by 3-4% a year for maybe 5 years. That's sustained growth. Sustainable growth doesn't have negative knock on effects for future generations, e.g if a Government borrowed ridiculous amounts of money to achieve growth it is not sustainable.
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