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Developed Country

India is already on its way to becoming a developed country. However, certain things are still lacking. Although, today the government of India may claim to be an emerging super power but the reality is quite different from what the government of India or the media of India portray to the world. India may have progressed on paper and on screen but do we see the progress on the streets of India? Don't we still see people living in poverty. There are millions of people still surviving in India on...

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Developed Countries

?In today's sophisticated society, people of the developing countries are still fighting for their basic rights such as?better healthcare, proper education and a sound source of income.?While?Because?the governments of the underdeveloped countries are struggling to improve the living standards of their people, I believe that contributions?by richer nations should be more in this regard. Firstly, in the field of healthcare, developed countries can support?heunderdeveloped in many ways. They can send...

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Developed Countries

Would you like being unable to communicate with others? Would you like being unable to read or write? Some people in the underdeveloped/ developing countries are not able to read nor write. We live in a sophisticated society, where developed countries want better education, better life style, and better healthcare. Whereas in the underdeveloped countries, they want a place where they can express their thoughts, a place where they can hold a pencil and place where they can learn about who they are....

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Developing Country and Developed Country

and India Introduction Developing country means the countries compared with the developed countries have lower degree of development of the economic and social aspects. Developing countries have a vast territory, large population, vast market and rich natural resources. There are many strategic places, in terms of economic, trade, or from the military, occupied an important strategic position. China is the largest developing country. Developed country Refers to a higher level of economic development...

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Brazil- Developed of Developing?

geography: mr youngs | Brazil: Developed or developing? | A handbook into the country of Brazil | | By Courtney Duffin-Hall | 12/10/2012 | | INTRODUCTION Brazil is situated in South America, and is home to the Amazon River. It is bordered by several countries including Uraguay, Paraguay, Chile and Bolivia. It has a population of approximately 198,739,269 and is home to 13 cities containing a million people in all of them together. The main capital is Brasilia; however it used...

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Developing Countries(Morocco)

Assignment # 1 My choice for this week’s discussion board is Morocco. Morocco is a developing country based on some of the characteristics that is hares with most developing countries. Morocco is a western African country under unitary parliamentary democracy and Constitutional Monarchy type of governments. The reasons why I have chosen Morocco as a developing country for discussion during this week are stated below: Low Standards of Living: according to the CIA (2012), majority of the Moroccan...

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People Leaving Their Countries

leave their countries from all over the world to a country that gives them a better life. Why do these people think of leaving their homelands? There are lots of reasons for that but I think the most important ones are education, finance, and health. The most important reason is to be educated because a lot of countries have bad schools, colleges, and universities. Therefore, people immigrate to get educated and intellectual. I was one of these people. I left my country Iraq and...

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Why are some countries richer then others?

? Why are some countries rich and other countries poor? Introduction- In today’s society, money is more consequential than ever. There are more billionaires today then ever before. However the reality is that most of the world still lives in complete poverty; an estimated 40% of the world still lives on less then 2$ a day {1 (January 2013 Written by Anup Shah)} and almost 75% of children world wide do not get secondary level education. However 200years ago, the average income around the world...

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One Country, Two Systems

One Country, Two Systems One Country, Two Systems is a concept proposed in 1981 by Ye Jianying, one of the ten Founding Marshals of China. Then formally put forward by Deng Xiaoping, the former leader of China, in January 1982 in order to reunify the country. However, this concept was aimed to reunify Taiwan, not to reunify Hong Kong or macaw. One country, two systems means there is only one China, but the regions of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan could retain their original economic...

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south korea country analysis

? South Korea South Korea, officially the?Republic of Korea.?"The Great Republic of Korea is a country in?East Asia, constituting the southern part of the?Korean Peninsula. ?It shares land borders with?North Korea?to the north, and oversea borders with?China?to the west and?Japan?to the east.??The capital and largest city is?Seoul, with a population of 10 million. The?Korean War?began in 1950 when forces from the North invaded the South. The war lasted three...

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