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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On July 26, President Trump issued a Memorandum on Reforming Developing Country Status in the WTO stating that the Organization is in desperate need of reform and the USA will devote all necessary resources to changing its approach to developing-country status.
Washington has also made the decision to remove India from its list of "developing country WTO Members" who are exempt from application of safeguard measures on CSPV products and large residential washers.
Can the domestic authorities of a developed country fill the gap of regulation in a developing country? The idea of enforcing someone else's antitrust regime is not as outlandish as it may seem.
The analysis that we do in the reports suggest that capital flows to developing countries in a smooth transition to higher interest rates in the United States are likely to decline as a percentage of developing country GDP from 4.6% in 2013 to about 4.1-4.0% in 2016.
Developing country exceptionalism flows from developing countries' special economic needs.
While human rights performance per se should not be a criterion for getting loans, the World Bank should expand its existing efforts that train developing country policymakers in how to promote and protect essential human rights.
The untapped potential is great among developing country firms.
USDA's published estimates of world average per capita gross domestic product (GDP) shows annual growth rates of 2 percent during the next decade, but developing country GDP is estimated to increase by about 3.5 percent annually.
* ensuring the participation of at least one panellist from a developing country in disputes between a developing country and a developed country;
This displaces developing country farmers, who cannot compete with the subsidized imported food.
Seasonal variation in the etiology of bloodstream infections in a febrile inpatient population in a developing country. Int J Infect Dis 2001 (in press).
reject the use of labor standards for protectionist purposes, and agree that the comparative advantage of countries, particularly low-wage developing countries, must in no way be put into question." The latter "[S]tresses that labor standards should not be used for protectionist trade purposes ...." Persuading developing country governments that U.S.

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