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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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For a senator, it was naive of Legarda to say that under the agreement industrialized countries would help the Philippines and other developing nations in 'preparing for natural hazards, reducing disaster risks and moving toward low carbon emission.
We compared combined trunk and arm endurance between women with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), women with osteoporosis, nondisabled women from industrialized countries and women from non-industrialized countries (India, Africa) using timed loaded standing (TLS).
More than three-quarters of the paints analyzed contained lead levels above 90 parts per million (ppm) and would not be permitted for sale in most industrialized countries.
The speakers said that the history of industrial development proves that the highly industrialized countries like UK, France, Germany and the US, achieved their status after several centuries of continuous effort.
Geneva, Jumada I 09, 1434, March 21, 2013, SPA -- Asylum claims in industrialized countries rose to the highest level in nearly a decade last year as Syrians fled their country in increasing numbers, dpa quoted the UN refugee agency as saying Thursday.
The scheme allows industrialized countries to meet part of their greenhouse gas emission reduction commitments under the Kyoto Protocol by buying emission credits through investing in emission-reducing projects in developing countries.
Industrialized countries registered some manufacturing growth -- estimated at 1.
FAO report distinguished between food losses occurring at the production and harvest levels typical of developing countries, and food waste, which was more a problem in industrialized countries as both retailers and consumers have a tendency to throw away perfectly edible foodstuffs.
Since 2006, it was the first year when industrialized countries had a growing trend of industrial production.
Their better public finances should allow these economies to gain further ground on the industrialized countries in the years to come.
KONYA, Jul 22, 2010 (TUR) -- The governor of the Turkish Central Bank said, "when we examine the course of the real currency rates, we see that the Turkish currency has gained in value against currencies of the industrialized countries while it remained generally the same against the currencies of the developing countries.
The report concludes that the increase in demand on fossil fuels has peaked in the OECD countries, which will leave a negative mark on the refining sector in the industrialized countries.