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developing country

a nonindustrialized poor country that is seeking to develop its resources by industrialization
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Producing locally made goods for a saturated domestic market offered scant hope for long-term growth in a small, underdeveloped nation.
He said the terrorists were uncomfortable with every step of progress Turkey made, and wanted to see Turkey stay a backward underdeveloped nation, where they could thrive on chaos.
Korea, from 1908 when the new modern literary tradition began until 1965 when Kim Sung-ok wrote `Winter, 1964, Seoul,' was a typical underdeveloped nation.
In the closing week of October, a compliant and PAC-sodden Congress voted to renew economic sanctions against an underdeveloped nation it had already voted to ruin by "humanitarian aid.
Underscoring the power consumption definition, he said 4,000 units per capita every year is the dividing line between a developed nation and an underdeveloped nation.
And this is a posit we are trading, and the friendship and understanding of the United States will propel Nigeria with this inspiration to make the transformations that we need to do into a modern nation from an underdeveloped nation, capable of meeting the development and needs of its people.
MDBS is formed for the assistance of the underdeveloped nation Ghana who will be getting support from 10 different countries who have signed the contract, this will help Ghana in the funding of their National Budget, and this will support the Ghana Shared Growth and Development Agenda (GSGDA) they will concentrate on maintaining stable sound budgeting and Public financial management system, good governance and achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
China has gone from underdeveloped nation to global success story, averaging a 9 percent growth rate in gross domestic product (GDP).
This disease is mostly found in underdeveloped nations and rarely seen in the United States.
The Kuwaiti envoy also spoke of his country's unyielding belief in humanitarian values, as evident by the outpouring of aid Kuwait has sent to underdeveloped nations.
In other countries, the statistics can be even worse, with additional risks linked to underdeveloped nations, such as extreme weather, remote locations with poor in- frastructure, lack of understanding about safety and non-compliance to ALARP methodologies.
In addition, the presence of untapped opportunities in developing and underdeveloped nations will help several companies operating in the market gain pace in the near future.