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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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Taiwan's move earlier this month to reclassify itself as a developed economy to the World Trade Organization (WTO) was a decision to signal Taiwan's commitment to trade liberalization, and will pave the way for Taiwan's membership to the CPTPP trade agreement, said Minster of Economic Affairs, Shen Jong-chin reported CNA.
If India has to move from developing economy to developed economy then the attitude, mindset of people.
New ZEALAND has a highly developed economy with a nominal GDP of 172 billion dollars, and gross domestic product of 36,136 dollars per capita according to purchasing power.
"When it comes to trade protectionism, non-tariff barriers are freely used by almost every developed economy but it won't come under umbrella of any WTO or any constraints," Goyal said while speaking at the fourth Annual Summit of the Growth Net.
Some developed economy risks factors have receded considerably since last year's press release, including the sovereign debt crisis in Europe and fiscal brinksmanship between the executive and legislative branches of government in the United States.
Ladislav Hornan added, "The benefits of being based in a developed economy - better infrastructure and well-established supply chains - count for less and less as emerging economies improve their infrastructure, tax systems, and business communities."
Developed economy output might only be around 2.4 times bigger in 2032 than in 1992.
as an investor and strategic partner to form a developed economy.
Financial intermediation in a less developed economy; the history of the United Bank of India.
This compares to 340 deals completed in the opposite direction (developed economy trade buyers buying into India).
Further, the developed economy can reap returns from licensing the technology, engineering, and design used in the venture and from marketing as well as transporting that venture's product anywhere on the globe.
When companies located R&D facilities either at home or in another developed economy, the most important factors were the quality of R&D personnel and the quality of IP protection (and these are equally important).