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Countries whose economies are in trouble

Espresso Logo By Molly Ploe of Espresso | Slide 1 of 11: <p>A strong <strong>economy</strong> can be a <a href="http://www.msn.com/en-us/money/news/the-countries-with-the-most-debt/ss-BBDYgUE#image=1">hard goal to achieve</a> and even tougher to maintain. Most <strong>countries</strong> have at least a few ways in which they can improve. Some must focus on driving down unemployment and poverty rates; others need to address their high balance sheets.</p><p>Meanwhile, other nations rely heavily on a small number of revenue streams, which makes them vulnerable to change in global supply or demand.</p><p>These 10 countries have some of the most troubled economies, but no two stories are the same. Read on to learn which countries have room for improvement.</p>

Countries whose economies are in trouble

A strong economy can be a hard goal to achieve and even tougher to maintain. Most countries have at least a few ways in which they can improve. Some must focus on driving down unemployment and poverty rates; others need to address their high balance sheets.Meanwhile, other nations rely heavily on a small number of revenue streams, which makes them vulnerable to change in global supply or demand.These 10 countries have some of the most troubled economies, but no two stories are the same. Read on to learn which countries have room for improvement.
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