developing world


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developing world

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) another name for Third World
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Nixon soon learned, however, that he had stumbled into perhaps "the most dangerous political issue" in the world, one that pitted the developed world against the developing world in an environmental cold war.
The Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, has called on the International Centrefor Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB) to help support the developing world using science.
In the developing world, 31 percent of the population is online, compared to 77 percent in the developed world.
Bringing the Miracle of Sight to the Developing World EG - Monterey Conference Center Financier and explorer Scott Hamilton participates in expeditions that drive cutting-edge technologies at extreme frontiers.
MICROSOFT founder Bill Gates and Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu have thrown their weight behind a new campaign aiming to combat malnutrition and hunger in the developing world.
Transformative Political Leadership: Making a Difference in the Developing World by Robert I.
Saif's research group and start-ups are used by millions of people in the developing-world, especially BitMate, that enhances the speed of Internet in the developing world using peer-to-peer technology, and SMSall.
Farhar stressed the importance of empowering women in the developing world, and teaching cleaner methods of cooking, which also helped save energy.
The more economically advanced countries in the Developing World have better overall safety records than the others, but even their death risk per flight is seven times as high as that in First World countries.
Summary: The powerful OPEC cartel's top official on Tuesday called for the developed world to fund the fight against climate change, saying the developing world was not responsible for the current "mess".
Consolidation among PRW competitors is a greater concern in North America (58%) and the mostly developing world (66%) than in Europe (43%)--probably because merger activity there has been maxed out.
Unfortunately, the central problem remains a deep chasm between the developing world and the developed world on assigning responsibility for climate change and sharing responsibility for action.

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