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developed country

an economically advanced country the economy of which is characterized by large industrial and service sectors, high levels of gross national product and INCOME PER HEAD. See Fig. 51 . See STRUCTURE OF INDUSTRY, DEVELOPING COUNTRY, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
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We don't say that we are developed but we want to become a developed state.
25) To attain this objective, each developed state agreed to a specified percentage by which they would lower their greenhouse gas emissions.
The Kyoto Protocol requires developed states to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by an overall average of five percent below that of 1990 levels, with each developed state committing to national reduction targets.
formerly Intraco Systems, was founded in 1990 and has developed state of the art voice recognition technology that is currently being used in Puerto Rico by Federal Express.
This is in addition to over 30,000 acres of developed state leases, and 4,330 developed acres in U.
TABLE: DEVELOPED STATES - TRADE AND INVESTMENT RISK
Based on the values of composite index all 27 states in 2002-03 and 15 states during 1980-81 has been distributed in 3 groups such as: (i) industrially developed states, (ii) industrially less developed states, and (iii) industrially least developed states.
These economic disparities are accentuated in developing states, particularly least developed states (LDCs), by inadequate information and communication infrastructures.
Tabled: Developed States Commercial Banking Business Environment Ratings
Kamrup, Assam under Cooperatively Least Developed States category; Mulukanoor Women's Cooperative Dairy Vishwandapuri, Distt.
In addition, from this year onwards, NCDC has also instituted three national level awards for primary cooperative societies, one each from cooperatively developed States, cooperatively under-developed States and cooperatively least developed States.
Pawar also informed that Assistance for cooperative programmes in the under developed states is provided on comparatively liberal terms.