By far the most critical energy problems of today are those that confront certain countries of the Third World, this being the generic term covering the world’s poorest nations. It includes countries of Latin America and the more recently independent states of Africa and Asia. The other two ‘Worlds’ are the Western World (Western Europe, the U.S.A., Canada, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa), and the Communist World which includes those countries with centrally planned economies such as the Warsaw Pact nations and China.
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- Energy Options for the Third World
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