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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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Powers is not persuaded that the developed world, following the lead of the United States, was seriously interested in reevaluating the arms export industry even before September 11; it is even less so now in its wake.
The infrastructure of the developed world was created over centuries, and even longer time horizons.
Another concern is that the industries that are heavily regulated in the developed world because of their harmful environmental and health impacts are migrating to the developing world.
The past 30 years have radically transformed the metropolitan centers of the developed world. What were still essentially nineteenth-century cities in the early 1960s (e.g.
Allocations made by the developed world to developing countries often do not translate into actual giving due to 'tied aid'.
The world is witnessing closure of more borders, rejection of more refugees, namely in countries of the developed world, and reduction of the number of refugees hoping to resettle in richer countries, he said.
Although the average growth rate expected for these economies over 2017-18, at 4.6 per cent, is about half a percentage point lower than during the preceding nine years, they would still be expanding at more than twice the pace of the developed world.
Nixon soon learned, however, that he had stumbled into perhaps "the most dangerous political issue" in the world, one that pitted the developed world against the developing world in an environmental cold war.
In the developing world, 31 percent of the population is online, compared to 77 percent in the developed world. Sub-Saharan Africa, where less than 20 percent of the population is using the Internet, remains the region with the lowest penetration rate.
In its latest IQ (Investment Quarterly) global market outlook, HSBC Global Asset Management indicates that post-crisis growth is likely to remain subdued for the next few years as there will be a structural overhang on growth from developed world leverage and population ageing.