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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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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.
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%.
In this he outlined the extent of the problems stemming from the rising tide of international migration, identifying it as a destabilizing force in developing as well as developed nations.
The BASIC countries -- Brazil, South Africa, India and China -- asked developed nations to fulfil their commitments under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change ( UNFCC) towards developing countries for finance, technology transfer and capacity building for mitigation and adaptation actions.
On other GCC positions during the international event, the minister said that the GCC support the request by some least developed nations to extend the transitional period leading to full implementation of the Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Treaty till 2021.
Developed nations blocked that proposal, however, saying the world should look at current and future emissions when dividing up the responsibility for global warming.
However, China argues that its per capita emissions since 1850 are still far below those of developed nations, meaning it has less responsibility to rein in emissions than rich nations.
ActionAid report claims corporate tax loopholes and havens pose big costs for developing and developed nations
Global Banking News-April 22, 2013--IMF calls on developed nations to build confidence(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.