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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By broadening the funding, the government apparently focuses to increase its contribution to the global economy and explore infrastructure need in developing nations.
Developing nations have said the fund is a vital for any deal in Paris in late 2015 to limit rising temperatures.
The G77 comprises 132 members, being the biggest inter-governmental organization of the developing nations among the UN member states.
He also pointed out the bloc agreed to support a proposal on giving developing nations and least developed nations "preferential treatment".
In Warsaw, developing nations are coming up with fresh ways to make their point.
The study by the PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, research group Ecofys and the European Commission's Joint Research Centre found that developing nations accounted for 48 percent of cumulative emissions from 1850 to 2010.
This would have helped developing nations curb emissions and cope with the effects of climate change.
Developing nations continue to be the primary focus of foreign arms sales activity by weapons suppliers.
The Copenhagen talks failed to produce a legally binding global agreement to cut emissions but developed nations did pledge $30 billion in "fast-start funding" for 2010-12 to help developing nations adapt to climate change.
It provides official, unclassified, quantitative data on conventional arms transfers to developing nations by the US and foreign countries for the preceding eight calendar years.
Lumumba Stanislaus Di-Aping, the chief negotiator for the G77, a group of 130 developing nations including China, said the leaders of the rich world had a "moral obligation" to cut greenhouse gases.
PITTSBURGH: Developing nations pleaded Friday for progress in the long-languishing Doha round of global trade negotiations as leaders of 20 major economies met here.

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