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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Part IV applies the idea of supplanting antitrust in three constellations: multinational cartels that affect markets in both developed and developing countries; transnational cartels in which cartels from developed countries target markets in developing countries; and domestic cartels that remain confined within the boundaries of the developing country.
But these bilateral agreements are not required to apply SDT, thus effectively holding the developing country or LDC partner to a set of standards they are not expected to meet multilaterally.
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.
Another developing country reason for not wanting negotiations on competition was the need to first build capacity to understand the issue, and then to have a national infrastructure to deal with competition issues -- both prior to commencing any negotiations, let alone having multilateral rules.
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.
Overall the average number of French importers per exporting developing country expanded notably between 1985 and 1990, from 104 to 140.
The new Economic Partnership Agreements with African, Caribbean and Pacific countries have taken EU openness for developing country exports to new levels, eliminating all duties and quotas for African, Caribbean and Pacific countries.
Turkey, as a developing country, would host the 4th Least Developed Countries Summit that would shape the basis of a new and strengthened partnership.
At least half of these gains would arise from removal of industrial country protection against developing country products, especially in agricultural goods and textiles and apparel.
One crucial part of capacity building is carried out when organizations team scientists from developed and developing nations to investigate specific environmental problems facing the developing country involved.

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