developing country

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developing country

a nonindustrialized poor country that is seeking to develop its resources by industrialization
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Developed economies -- such as South Korea and Japan -- are building their next-generation broadband networks on top of already well-established infrastructures, but developing nations in Asia-Pacific have very limited fixed networks.
Developing nations have said the fund is a vital for any deal in Paris in late 2015 to limit rising temperatures.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Group 77 (G77) of the developing nations elected Iran as vice-president of the alliance for the year 2014 with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
Fast track power plants are interim projects that restore electrical power or provide energy for the first time on a regular basis in many war-torn and developing nations.
He also pointed out the bloc agreed to support a proposal on giving developing nations and least developed nations "preferential treatment".
The talks have also proposed a "Warsaw Mechanism" which would provide expertise, and possibly aid, to help developing nations cope with loss and damage from extreme events such as heatwaves, droughts and floods, and creeping threats such as rising sea levels and desertification.
In Warsaw, developing nations are coming up with fresh ways to make their point.
The study by the PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, research group Ecofys and the European Commission's Joint Research Centre found that developing nations accounted for 48 percent of cumulative emissions from 1850 to 2010.
Similarly, developing nations must understand that policy space is a two-way street.
Far from assisting developing nations to break out of the cycle of poverty, aid - at least in the form it usually takes in Africa - creates dependency and discourages local development initiatives.
This would have helped developing nations curb emissions and cope with the effects of climate change.
Almost 70% of the world's population lives in poor or developing nations.

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