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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If the domestic agencies of a developing country cannot effectively regulate certain anti-competitive conduct, and no supranational institutions exist to fill the gap, a remaining possibility is what is here called "supplanting antitrust.
The lack of political will in the rich democracies has made lithe developing country democracies even less interested in embracing the long road of reform.
Many of the developing country ministers who were negotiating may not have been as familiar with the issues or the political realities of the negotiations as some of their negotiators in Geneva, or as compared to the technical capacity of the EU's Pascal Lamy and U.
This category of importers consists of three different types of companies: commodity traders specializing in primary products, wholesalers with large import activities (both independent wholesalers and marketing affiliates of foreign producers) and traditional agency houses that specialize in bilateral trade between France and a particular developing country or region.
Whereas the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) has tended to have little effect because of product and country exclusions, more intensive special regimes have had more positive effects on developing country exports.
Although most such collaborations are not funded for the purpose of capacity building in the developing country, they often serve as invaluable research building tools, according to Damstra.
Kahn, and Ross Levine, "External Debt and Developing Country Growth," International Finance Discussion Paper 352 (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, May 1989).
It is one of the world's largest sources of development assistance, supporting the efforts of developing country governments to build schools and health centers, provide water and electricity, fight disease, and protect the environment.
study and from several developing country studies of respiratory disease mortality, to estimate reductions in life expectancy for adults and children under 5 years of age.
Before I focus on the regulatory and accounting issues concerning developing country debt, especially as they relate to Secretary Brady's proposal, I would like to begin by summarizing the condition of the banking system within the context of bank claims on developing countries.
Their signing of the Kyoto Protocol, however, doesn't yet mean much, because as a developing country they still have minimal obligations at this point.
NetImpact will configure the MDS 200 to recognize these 14-20 diseases, and numerous others significant to the developing country or geographic region where the MDS 200 is to be deployed.
One developing country is rapidly making the most of its toolbox.
In the current round of TRIPs negotiations, activists are asserting the right of any developing country to seize any patent, or import any generic drug, so long as it claims that is has a public health crisis.
I'm sure there will be an effort to repackage the agreement as having meaningful developing country participation and reliance on market mechanisms," says Garman.
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