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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Environmental NGOs, meeting with strenuous local resistance to their plans for preserving large tracts of land in the developing world as game reserves and national parks, turned their efforts upstream, so to speak, to primary international lending institutions such as USAID and World Bank.
The ICGEB is an international organisation dedicated to advanced research and training in molecular biology and biotechnology, with a special focus on the needs of the developing world.
This means that 16 percent fewer women than men are using the Internet in the developing world, compared with 2 percent fewer women than men in the developed world, estimates the report.
One hundred development and faith British charities have united behind the Enough Food For Everyone IF coalition, urging Prime Minister David Cameron to use the UK's G8 presidency in 2013 to tackle the causes of hunger in the developing world.
Introducing renewable energy in developing world easier than developed world: UNESCO
However, airlines of economically advancing countries in the Developing World such as Taiwan, India, and Brazil, the death risk per flight was 1 in 2 million.
Badri cited "mistrust" between the developed and developing world which has pushed for wealthy countries to shoulder global warming efforts.
Developed countries--notably the United States--are still major emitters, but even if the developed world took heroic measures to sharply reduce future emissions, those reductions would be completely swamped by continued increases in developing world emissions.
In many ways the situation in the world of knowledge reflects the situation as seen in that of trade, with the developing world being rich in natural resources but poor in infrastructure.
During the period 2000-2003, developing world nations accounted for 67.
BioMed Central (London), the largest publisher of open access scientific literature, has launched The Open Access and the Developing World portal, a new site designed to assist the developing world by offering information on relevant diseases and conditions.

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