And while it might have less effect on the underdeveloped
economies, it will make it harder for them to catch up with the developed world.
In sharp contrast, the mobile sub-sector remained underdeveloped
, but growth has been accelerating with the introduction of a second GSM network in 2004.
Speaking about underdeveloped
areas in Jeddah, Fakieh said it covered about 4,800 hectares where about 35 percent of people live.
However, the only thing this Kyoto treaty will do is transfer wealth from the United States to the underdeveloped
countries under the guise of ``climate control.
Norplant, developed by New York's Population Council, was tested on women in underdeveloped
countries beginning in 1972 and declared free of serious side affects by its manufacturer Wyeth-Ayerst (its Canadian plant is in Montreal).
Jones of Oregon State University in Corvallis focus on one part of Horner's argument: that some dinosaur hatchlings had underdeveloped
leg joints and could not leave the nest.
The National Land Fund's Phase II is valued at approximately $1 billion of RTC-controlled assets, including commercial land loans and underdeveloped
In the most orthodox trade models, there is no acknowledgement at all of colonialism or imperialism, developed and underdeveloped
countries, technological differences, multinational corporations, or an International Monetary Fund.
Due to its previous closed door policy, the foodservice market continued to be underdeveloped
The plan aims to improve the situation of people living in underdeveloped
But Ford felt that his character, Tom O'Meara, was underdeveloped
We should concentrate, he said, on bringing the jobs to the underdeveloped
parts of the city.