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Further, these countries have practically blocked developing country imports under the stringent norms of sanitary and phytosanitary measures.
We also recorded whether the research was led from the United Kingdom or another industrialised country or pertained to a developing country.
No developing country in the WTO is self-sufficient enough to survive without foreign exchange.
Each developing country was then free to allocate these quotas among its domestic companies as it wished.
She added that as a developing country, Namibia has a lot to learn concerning nursing services in first world countries like Finland.
He readily admits that only a developing country like China could let him realise his dream.
Apparently, we could join that group, but it is not really credible for New Zealand to claim that it is a developing country.
The League's support is growing in this, the poorest and slowest developing country of the European Union.
A large proportion of developing country households rely on biomass fuels such as wood, animal dung and crop residues for cooking and heating.
The rise in living standards in the typical developing country over the past two decades was zero.
But we're where it's important to be, in terms of being in a developing country that you know well.
The challenge for any developing country lies in achieving a level of sustainable economic growth.
A developing country generally spends less of its GDP on government than an industrial nation, because it can't afford to.
First, regulatory and legislative bodies in any developing country will rarely change on their own.
He also laid down the basic tenets of Indian foreign policy that helped put India on the world map as a leading developing country.
Despite all the difficulties in running a hospital in a developing country, the blood bank normally did a remarkably good job.
To many Americans, pouring aid dollars into a developing country may seem like siphoning cash into a black hole.
For hundreds of thousands of child farm workers, the U.S. might as well be a developing country.
There has not been a full-blown developing country crisis since Argentina nearly two years ago, and he says he does not see an imminent crisis happening.
So the summiteers brought developing country leaders to Genoa for an audience and asked UN Secretary General Kofi Annan to launch his AIDS fund there.
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So you can imagine the situation is even tenser for a developing country with no natural resources.
But the argument is much harder to make when dealing with a dictatorially governed developing country.
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