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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"In Executive Order 11888 of November 24, 1975, the President designated India as a beneficiary developing country for purposes of the Generalized System of Preferences...I have determined that India has not assured the United States that India will provide equitable and reasonable access to its markets.
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." Concretely, the question is whether a developed economy can use its antitrust regime for the regulation of cartels that affect developing countries.
which could not be waived or substantially attenuated in favour of a developing country." (213) In 1979, the parties adopted a declaration that enunciated and endorsed the concept of special and differential treatment for developing countries in the multilateral system.
But developing country concerns arose from a European Commission proposal which talked about promoting and enabling foreign companies to have the right to compete equally with small local companies, which means putting an end to policies and practices that favor or give an advantage to local firms in the interest of building up domestic businesses and firms.
procrastination in implementing the Uruguay Round Clothing and Textiles Agreement (CTA) only reinforces developing country resistance.
Typically, a number of people in a developing country get together and apply for small business loans from the pot.
21 Kyodo Trade officials from developing countries, seeking fairer rules under the World Trade Organization (WTO), should, one suggested Thursday, get developing economies commit themselves to join in when a developing country tries to retaliate for trade violations.
Every developing country thinks to be rich is to follow the lifestyle and the consumption of the West.
As Congressman Dan Shaefer (R-CO), chairman of the House Subcommittee on Energy and Power, succinctly put it in March: "With respect to meaningful developing country commitments under the Kyoto Protocol: it is a done deal and they don't have any."
Then in the 1980s developing country governments became more willing to support the open multilateral trade system, leading to full participation in the Uruguay Round negotiations.
Their developing country exposure was reduced and loan-loss reserves were enhanced.
She adds, "By using external private sources of funding, a developing country or private enterprise can open itself up to a wider range of investors and obtain funds at more competitive rates than domestic borrowing costs."
Loss provisions made by other large banks nearly doubled as a share of assets last year, likely reflecting a deterioration in the quality of real estate loans as well as developing country debt (table 5).
Manmohan Singh's Special Envoy on Climate Change, Shyam Saran, on Monday said that India being a major developing country should not expect any technology or any financial assistance from the developed countries to cut carbon emissions.
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