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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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The high level of farm subsidies is the first indication of the two-faced approach of the developed nations. The US, with only about 2.6 million people employed in farming, gives out more than $20 billion each year in subsidies, not counting special assistance such as the $16 billion package announced by Trump for the farmers hurt by China's hiked import tariffs on US farm products.
In the 1980s, developed nations began tightening legislation surrounding waste disposal and health standards.
A decade ago, 753 million individuals were using the Internet in developed nations, compared to 1,028 million in developing nations.
There is a tendency to frame the high debt issue as only one of emerging markets but remember many developed nations - Italy, Japan, the US - also have high debt.
Singh further alleged that other developed nations negotiating blocs, including the European Union, were also "standing on the sidewalk" by failing to take a stand for developing countries.
In most of the developed nations - all of this was once considered 'fiction,' has been 'non-fiction' for almost two decades.
In most of the developed nations all of this was once considered 'fiction,' has been 'non-fiction' for almost two decades.
The new possibility of combining high tech with low wages propelled the rapid industrialization of a handful of developing nations, the simultaneous deindustrialization of developed nations, and a commodity supercycle that is only now petering out.
UAE respondents lay greater emphasis on freshness of content (50%) as against those in developed nations (46%).
African nations can now export their cotton to developed nations duty-and quota-free as from January after a global pact announced in Nairobi at the World Trade Organisation Ministerial Conference.
Differences in wastewater treatment is one drastic difference between developed nations that treat about 70% of their wastewater, and developing nations who only treat about 8%.
GLOBAL Climate debt-coined during the 1992 forming of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)--refers to the fact that developed nations are having a much higher impact on climate change, yet developing nations are experiencing most of the negative effects.