HOW TO MAKE POOR COUNTRIES RICH Hernando de Soto is pushing a new idea: Legalize the underground economy. Entrepreneurs now working off the books could then make the Third World strong

Main, Jeremy; Smith, Sarah
January 1989
Fortune;1/16/1989, Vol. 119 Issue 2, p101
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