What did Bill Gates claim about the end of poverty in the world?


Washington: Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft and one of the richest people in the world, has said that after 12 years, no country in the world will be poor until 2035.

According to the World News Agency, the founder Bill Gates’ letter was read at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, in which he said that no country in the world will remain poor by 2035 thanks to the use of important projects and inventions of rich countries.

Bill Gates explained why, adding that low- and middle-income countries will learn from their rich neighbors, such as new vaccines in the medical field, higher yields from better seeds in agriculture and the digital revolution.

Similarly, according to Bill Gates, low-income countries will be able to attract new investments by benefiting from modern changes in other sectors as well.

Bill Gates further said that the world is in a better condition than ever. I am quite optimistic and can predict that by 2035 no country in the world will be a poor country.

Bill Gates, who made a similar claim in 2014, said that by 2035, more than 70 percent of countries will have a per capita income higher than today’s China and 90 percent will have an income higher than today’s India.

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