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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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Industrialized nations have talked the talk about helping developing countries adapt to climate change.
She said industrialized nations, for long the world's major carbon emitters, 'should have greater responsibility to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Yiin said the global economic development is biased by the rapid flowing in funds, trade, investment and talented experts over the past few years, leading to a large trade deficit in conventional industrialized nations and the fast accumulation of foreign exchange in emerging nations.
What can the industrialized nations do to curb high prices then?
climate summit held in New York in September, Hatoyama proposed that Japan and other industrialized nations should contribute '' substantial, new and additional public and private financing'' to developing countries.
Summary: With economic forecasts improving and monetary and fiscal policy tightening in other industrialized nations, the Australian dollar may be losing some of.
Because much food is imported and exported throughout the world, including to and from industrialized nations, some basic discussion of the extent of foodborne illness in different parts of the world, and the resulting risk to the overall food supply, would have helped to frame the need for the book and the resources many health departments are putting toward foodborne illness.
Leaders of the world's top industrialized nations last year agreed to cancel $40 billion in debt owed by the world's 18 poorest countries, but this relieves only a sixth of what is owed by African nations.
The conference sponsored by the Morgan Stanley Foundation brought teens from the Group of Eight industrialized nations to St.
Latin American remittances--totaling US$55 billion in 2005--exceeded the combined total aid and direct investment from industrialized nations in many countries in the region.
Many people in industrialized nations give little thought to central heating, electric lighting, and flick-of-a-switch cooking.
The obesity epidemic striking industrialized nations has led to a renewed research focus on the physiological causes and effects of excess fat in the body.