developing country

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a country that is poor and whose citizens are mostly agricultural workers but that wants to become more advanced socially and economically

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However, there is also an opportunity for developing nations to leapfrog technologies and move directly to the best and most advanced fixed technologies available -- such as GPON/FTTH, said Daniel Tang, CTO of Huawei's fixed network business unit.
Developing nations have insisted on a "mechanism" -- to show it was separate from existing structures -- even though rich countries say that it will not get new funds beyond the planned $100 billion a year from 2020.
s current division between developed and developing nations.
To make the best of this outcome, developing nations will have to have a good sense of their interests and priorities.
The US and the EU will continue to pump millions of dollars into developing nations through bilateral support (e.
By 2035, developing nations will consume more than two-thirds of the world's energy.
Summary: NUSA DUA, Indonesia: Developing nations could be able to apply within three months for some of the $30 billion in climate aid promised by rich nations at last year's Copenhagen talks, a top UN official said on Monday.
Conventional Arms Transfers to Developing Nations, 2001-2008 by Richard F.
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.
The climate change conference in Copenhagen is barely under way and already a leaked draft agreement is pitting developing nations against their wealthier counterparts.
Japan is planning to unveil an aid plan that will boost its financial assistance to developing nations in their fight against global warming before a key U.
The UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen highlighted the divide between developed and developing nations in finding a global solution to climate change.
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.
A tonne of old mobile phones contains metals worth $15,000, and the world needs better rules to tackle growing mountains of electronic waste in developing nations, a U.
Doing the math implies that, of the projected total increase through 2050, more than 98% will occur in the developing nations, which should provide the ultimate "stress test" for Malthusian doctrines.
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