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developing country

a nonindustrialized poor country that is seeking to develop its resources by industrialization
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Trump accused both countries of "taking advantage" of their developing nation status and said that, unless the WTO acted to change their status and the conditions under which they trade, the US would even go so far as to leave the global trade body.
The threat of trade war is significant, which could have very negative side effects not only for the United States and China, but for many developing nations that can be disrupted.
The US position, it further emphasized, "is starkly at odds with that of the developing nations, which insist that transparent and predictable finance is needed to effectively plan investment in new technologies and carbon reduction".
By broadening the funding, the government apparently focuses to increase its contribution to the global economy and explore infrastructure need in developing nations.
Differences in wastewater treatment is one drastic difference between developed nations that treat about 70% of their wastewater, and developing nations who only treat about 8%.
Developing nations have said the fund is a vital for any deal in Paris in late 2015 to limit rising temperatures.
He also pointed out the bloc agreed to support a proposal on giving developing nations and least developed nations "preferential treatment".
China had insisted that developing nations should announce deep cuts in emissions while allowing emerging economies room to burn more fossil fuels to help end poverty.
With two days left, there was commotion in the Warsaw talks Wednesday after negotiators for developing nations said they walked out of a late-night meeting on compensation for the impact of global warming.
Also present were delegates from Argentina, Fiji, current head of the G77 group of developing nations, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela.
Each year many of the world's developing nations lose out on billions of dollars through corporations' use of tax havens, notes a report from ActionAid.
As long as the developed and developing nations continue to haggle about what they give and take, such meetings will continue to achieve little.

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