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One of the key factors that changes the world today are infrastructures. Comparing the developed and developing to the least developing nation is the amount of infrastructure that is put in place. Going back to the olden days we would see the positive implication of infrastructure to the present. The amount of infrastructure in a country determines the status of that country. Many countries today are striving to put in place the necessary tools and service which will ensure smooth running of activities.

I can say that Infrastructure is at the core or heart of development. In this present world Government and Non-Government as well as individual depend on different services and tools to solve problem.

The level of infrastructures in once countries drive the way people reason and think, bring about exposure and lead to generate*on of ideas. What differentiate between developed and developing countries is the level of tools and services implemented, so therefore, infrastructures is paramount to elevate our country, let us strive to implement it.

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Comment by Mary Murphy on September 11, 2013 at 10:48am

You make an interesting connection between infrastructure and the generation of ideas. Do you think you can have one without the other?

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