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The forces of the developing countries grew by 18.4 percent over that period .
The fastest growing forces were the relatively small and often new armies of
Africa and Oceania ( almost 50 percent ) , followed by Southeast Asia ( 35.1
percent ) ...
The era that followed was that of the colonies ' colonial days , it is not surprising
that the economies of struggle for political independence , which reached its
clithe newly independent countries of Asia are more commax immediately after
Originally , the Western powers had considerable economic superiority , which
they used to negotiate terms that were less advantageous to the producing
countries . The producing countries , in their turn , began to work closely together
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