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Poor policies towards developing countries

Norway is far from the best when it comes to policies which promote growth in developing countries, according to an international survey.

The Center for Global Development/Foreign Police has ranked the 21 richest countries in accordance to what degree their policy promote or hinder the social and economic structure of in a poor country.

The ranking is based on foreign aid, trade, investments, migration, environment, security and technological policies.

Norway is listed ninth in the ranking of how rich countries promote social and economic development in poor countries, according to the Danish-Norwegian weekly letter Mandag Morgen.

Even if Norway tops the statistics over foreign aid per inhabitant, Norway is not particularly good totally. Norway scores particularly low on trade due to high toll levels on agricultural products.

The Netherlands, Denmark, and Sweden top the list, while Norway is listed ninth after Australia, Great Britain, Canada, USA and Germany.

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