It has been argued that people from the Far East are better educated than Westerners and
also more experienced in economic development.
A) Since education in the West is not up to the standard of that in the Far East, an equal
appreciation of economic matters is not to be expected.
B) Apparently, people in the Far East pay more attention to education than do those in the
West and have a better understanding of economic matters.
C) Now that people in the Far East are better educated than most Westerners, their ideas
regarding economic matters are more sophisticated.
D) The argument is that the better education received in the Far East gives people there a
better grasp of economic development than is possible in the West.
E) The point has been made that people in the West don't get as good an education as do
those in the Far East, and further, are less accomplished in matters concerning