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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He blamed the WTO itself, saying that the negotiating system had become "Byzantine"--especially for the fact that any single, small, poor developing country could veto an agreement.
But developing country concerns arose from a European Commission proposal which talked about promoting and enabling foreign companies to have the right to compete equally with small local companies, which means putting an end to policies and practices that favor or give an advantage to local firms in the interest of building up domestic businesses and firms.
One advantage of this type of assistance is that the cash used to start a small lending project remains in the developing country, rather than having to be paid back to the First World country.
IMF and World Bank have obligated developing country governments to adopt liberalization policies--with disastrous results.
One of the things you notice when you come from a developing country is that the aspirations of young people have also changed.
In sum, Krueger has written a provoking analysis on how developing country trade strategies have evolved and how developing countries can contribute toward - and be affected by - deeper integration in international trade.
For instance, in very few cases does a single French importer handle all of France's imports of a given product or all of its imports from one specific developing country.
Loss provisions made by other large banks nearly doubled as a share of assets last year, likely reflecting a deterioration in the quality of real estate loans as well as developing country debt (table 5).
The EU continues to offer market access for developing country exports that is unmatched by any other major economy.
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