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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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President Duterte on Thursday slammed international climate change deals as 'favorable' only to rich countries while making poor nations look 'foolish.'
MUMBAI -- China and Pakistan have expressed interest in becoming members of the International Solar Alliance (ISA), an India-led initiative to provide a dedicated platform for cooperation among solar resource rich countries.
The President said rich countries should "heartily" implement the agreement's provision on curbing gas emissions, as he blamed them for being the culprits of global warming.
Summary: The new policy also tackles how rich countries contribute to corruption in the developing world
During MC5 in Hong Kong, developing and least-developed countries (LDCs) even formed an alliance to pressure rich countries to abolish their export subsidies.
Rich countries' policies in areas such as migration and the environment have become key indicators of a nation's commitment to eradicating global poverty.
ISLAMABAD -- According to a Gallup and Gilani Pakistan National Survey conducted in the year 2009 (8 years ago) respondents were asked 'Suppose that the rich countries of the world give Rs.
It also observes that the annual food waste in rich countries is about 220mn tonnes, almost the equivalent of the total food production in sub-Saharan Africa.
Even shifting, say, up to 10 percent of their reserves into gold would not bring them anywhere near the many rich countries that hold 60-70 percent of their (admittedly smaller) official reserves in gold.
Even shifting, say, up to 10 per cent of their reserves into gold would not bring them anywhere near the many rich countries that hold 60-70 per cent of their (admittedly smaller) official reserves in gold.
Two health policy analysts have explored the relationship between health care spending and general social welfare spending in a report on 13 rich countries' health care systems.