Comparing the reduction of poverty rate between China and Gabon through One Belt and Road Project

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Ines Pamela Nguembi Yanrong Zhang Haider Salaheldeen Abdalla

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The value of economic development and reduction of poverty has been at the forefront of research in many countries. However, little is thought about both China-Gabon. Data were collected employing a survey questionnaire approach to a sample of 210 financial sectors in China and Gabon. The results regarding Gabon show that governance reform can bring significant macro-financial benefits. Additionally, the results proposed that financial development significantly influence poverty reduction. Similarly, the results regarding china show development of the monetary sector significantly and positively impact poverty reduction during which, has been implemented for many years long term. This paper seeks to analyze causality between Gabon. There's an urgent need to enhance administration curb corruption order to increase domestic income, strengthen public management quality expenditure, business environment, promote investment both private sectors

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NGUEMBI, Ines Pamela; ZHANG, Yanrong; ABDALLA, Haider Salaheldeen. Comparing the reduction of poverty rate between China and Gabon through One Belt and Road Project. Economics, Management and Sustainability, [S.l.], v. 5, n. 2, p. 122-131, nov. 2020. ISSN 2520-6303. Available at: <https://jems.sciview.net/index.php/jems/article/view/110>. Date accessed: 01 dec. 2020. doi: https://doi.org/10.14254/jems.2020.5-2.9.
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