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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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The question is, essentially, when and why the developed country should take over, in part, regulation of the developing country's market.
Second, for purposes of the article, a developed country is defined as a country with, and a developing country as a country without, a functioning antitrust regime.
Can the domestic authorities of a developed country fill the gap of regulation in a developing country?
While actual supplanting antitrust as such appears like a novel idea, (24) the use of developed country antitrust expertise and actors for developing countries is not unusual.
29) In her proposal, after a decision has been made in a developed country, a local plaintiff in the developing country need not prove existence of the cartel but only the local elements of the offense, as well as some procedural requirements concerning the recognized decision.
Given the enormity of the challenges facing the Least Developed Countries and the less than satisfactory results of international efforts so far, Krishna said: "It is imperative that we explore new and innovative ways to supplement the mainstream effort to assist Least Developed Countries and look for out-of-the-box solutions to assist our least developed country partners.
For example, for electricity production in a developed country, the combined-cycle gas turbine is currently often the most efficient technology.
Increasing workforce participation rates, the retirement age, hours worked, and immigration may help to mitigate the growth slowdown, but are unlikely to fully remediate the effect of aging on developed country economies.
The dilemma doesn't exist for a producer located in a developed country because both tradables and nontradables trade in hard currency, Yotopoulos said.