For the great majority of people, the advantages of living in a large country cannot be denied. Living in a small country that is not properly developed has some serious drawbacks. Economic problems, political instability, low GDP, lack of medical and other important facilities are all part of the problem in small countries. In large countries, the infrastructure is in place to support advanced medical facilities, transportation systems, education institutions, large corporations, diverse career options and ethic integration.
Large countries offer a wide range of medical and health care facilities. These facilities include adult care, assisted living, communicable disease control, clinics, general hospitals, homecare, infection control, long term care, managed care, pediatric care, immunization, laboratory testing services and specialized hospitals like cancer, diabetes and heart ailment treatment centers. The various medical facilities are staffed with some of the best professionals who have the knowledge, skills and expertise to treat a wide range of diseases and illnesses.
Transportation in large countries offers a varied system that includes trains, buses, trams, sky trams, monorails, airplanes, ships and ferries. The quality of the individual modes of transportation is of the highest superiority level. Roadways and railways are extensive networks, built to exacting international standards. Highways and bridges connect various parts of the country making travel and accessibility easy. The infrastructure that supports different transport systems is planned and established with safety as the foremost concern, followed by connectivity.
When an economy has the potential to produce more goods and services, it is a growing economy. The increased production leads to more jobs, international trade options, higher savings and ultimately to a better quality of life for the people of the country. Economic growth is fueled by an increase in available resources, superior technology and a better quality of resources. Large countries are able to see the benefits of economic growth far better than small countries. Economic growth leads countries toward sustainable growth in the long term.
A country’s ability to trade successfully in international markets and its balance of trade is dependent on several factors including wages, rates, tariffs, competitiveness, investment and national savings. Large countries are in a better position to open up to trade by adopting more efficient technology. International trade, benefits the country in terms of efficient in resource allocation, increase in production, labor efficiency and a better foreign reserve buildup. Small countries do not have the savings, labor, technology and overall ability to engage in international trade competitively.