Guatemala was chosen for the next stage of his research because it qualifies as an underdeveloped nation
, and was a candidate for the Grand Challenges Canada grant.
Underscoring the power consumption definition, he said 4,000 units per capita every year is the dividing line between a developed nation and an underdeveloped nation
These underdeveloped nation
states have one thing in common, apart from horrific traffic, power cuts and poverty, and it certainly isn't Ebola - that has so far affected only the Atlantic coast countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.
It was the war that demonstrated that a mighty power could be undone by the determination of a poor population in an underdeveloped nation
During that transition period which will lead us to free, credible and transparent elections, I will legislate by decree," the new strongman of the mineral-rich but woefully underdeveloped nation
In over six years of self-governance South Sudan has failed to prosecute a single person for corruption despite it being officially acknowledged as one of the major problems facing the severely underdeveloped nation
To the outside world looking in, we resemble an underdeveloped nation
In an underdeveloped nation
such as Burundi, the challenges are immense.
America's moral obligations to Afghanistan date back to 1989, when we walked away leaving behind the world's poorest and most underdeveloped nation
to deal with the culture of war that we had fostered to win the cold war.
closely analyzes the fate of democracy in a poor and underdeveloped nation
that serves a tiny ruling class.
For traditional political and economic thinking, it was impossible that a small, underdeveloped nation
that from one day to the other had lost 85% of its commercial trade could survive," he said.
While a nation's economic development certainly affects demand for nonessential products, big-ticket items still may have a large potential in an underdeveloped nation
if its upper class is large enough.