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 advised the students that it was also the prime responsibility to help those, who need attention as Pakistan is an underdeveloped country with many people were living a life below the poverty line.
The latest natural disasters were further raising the prices of everyday commodities such like sugar, rice, meat and vegetables, in the already poor and underdeveloped country. The Red Cross said it was providing food, water and health care to many in need.
Turkey is no more that underdeveloped country that held general elections from night to day," Recep Tayyip Erdogan told his Justice and Development (AK) Party lawmakers at a meeting at the Turkish parliament.
APPSA President Muhammad Sadaqat Ali has submitted through the petition that on April 23 the government "copied western culture" by announcing two weekly holidays particularly in schools, which is not suitable for our society, and that Pakistan is an underdeveloped country and such polices of developed countries should not be adopted.
Organisers say there are no defined requirements for a project except that it must last at least one month and contain an artistic, scientific, cultural or historical theme, or involve work in an underdeveloped country.
When Mattel first broke ground here in 1967, Taiwan was still considered an underdeveloped country. But the Barbie factory, which was quickly followed by three others on the island, helped unleash an astonishing, foreign investment-led economic miracle.
It has been proposed that if an underdeveloped country seeks an economic growth and welfare for its people, the principal mechanism to do so is to try to have foreign loans.
There are many, many issues involved in outsourcing besides just seeking cheaper labor rates in an underdeveloped country, and company managements are generally bright enough to recognize this.