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Question below. Can someone help me please. I’m struggling to think of points and evaluation.

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The link doesn't work, what is the question?
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The link doesn't work, what is the question?
The question is above. The link is just an article from the BBC news about GDP and development
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Question below. Can someone help me please. I’m struggling to think of points and evaluation.

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Well you could argue that higher GDP leads to more development. This is because there is a higher standard of living as people are better off due to higher GDP per capita and also it means the government has more money that can be invested in infrastructure. However, GDP doesn't accurately measure development in terms of literacy rates, mortality rates etc. That is primarily done by HDI(human development Index) which can showed how developed a country is in terms of GNI and literacy etc.
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