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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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"Traffic congestion and infrastructure development are hallmarks of a newly industrialized country, and these require a newly industrialized country approach.
"Japan, however, took a shorter time than the Europeans to achieve its status as an industrialized country. while other newly industrialized countries (NIC's) of Southeast Asia, such as Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong, have also shown similarly remarkable progress in an even shorter time span" they said .
Many of the emerging economies that have become increasingly dependent on exports to fuel economic growth found themselves particularly hard hit in 2009 by slumping industrialized country demand and by the seizing-up of international capital flows in general and of trade financing in particular.
Despite the lead of China in absolute amount of production, the report says Japan remains the world's most industrialized country in terms of MVA per capita.
According to a report by Economist, Iran has been the world`s 39th greatest industrialized country producing $23 billion of industrial products in 2008.
is basically the only industrialized country that doesn't have an elite group of centralized national bureaucrats running the country's education system and forcing many elementary and secondary students on educational tracks that define the rest of their lives--France and Japan being the worst examples.
Indeed, only one of the case studies is a newly industrialized country. The case studies allow Kato to consider the political and economic dimensions of policy-making more closely.
Our case represents the first published report of imported human lobomycosis in Canada and the fifth in an industrialized country.
The report, commissioned by the Innocenti Research Centre in Florence, Italy, a UNICEF research unit, says that these reforms were among the most sweeping in scope and scale in any industrialized country, but were never monitored for their effect on children despite a request in 1997 from the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child for an impact study by the New Zealand government.
The United States is the only industrialized country that has not yet ratified CEDAW.
A total of 40 parties, including one industrialized country, Romania, has ratified it.
The agreement calls for an added 7.5 percent to be paid to carry out projects to improve quality of service when a developing country delivers mail received from an industrialized country.