Products Produced In The Third World

There have been news reports over the years about terrible transgressions in the workplaces of third world countries. However, the good stories never seem to make the news. The truth is, many third world countries produce items valued by developed countries. The results are happy customers and a working class in poor countries that can finally make money. Here are some of the products you can find that have been produced in third world countries. Oil Oil is one of the first examples of products of third world countries. In fact, countries like Kuwait, that were once in the category as third world, are now among the richest on the planet. The average wealth of Kuwaitis is envied every where. Carpeting Nepal, India, and Pakistan produce some of the world’s finest carpets. What was once known as “Persian Carpets” are handmade to this day, and provide community industries for hundreds if not thousands of people. Other countries that produce Persian Carpets are Afghanistan and Iran. Cocoa Some of the poorest countries in the world are Guinea, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana and Nigeria. Fortunately, these countries that are poor in natural resources are rich in cocoa. This industry feeds millions of people who work producing this popular item. Artificial Plants India, China, Pakistan, and Nigeria also produce a large number of the world’s artificial interior plants. These items figure powerfully in decorating in homes and offices all over the world. When you don’t want to bother with live plants, artificial ones provide almost all of the same benefits to your home and workplace. Coal Coal is still one of the most favored sources...