The economic strength of a country is measured by which of the following developments?
Economic strength is the strength of the country that helps it to raise its standard of living. People engage in different economic activities to develop the economic strength. These include activities in primary, secondary and tertiary sectors. The development of its manufacturing industries will help to tackle the problem of underemployment in the agriculture sector. Promotion of manufacturing industries will help in creating new employment opportunities, thus developing economic power.
Thus, the correct answer is A.