How many countries are considered developing countries?
Up to 158 countries are considered developing countries, some of them are: Algeria, China, Liberia, Ghana, Kenya, Armenia, Ethopia, Fiji, Mexico, Mali, Saudi Arabia, South Africa.
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Type your answer here... I think the fact that most of the so called developed nations rely heavily on the poor nation for their achievement,the friction is that they contro…lled the entire world with their ability to tap and controlled other nations through democracy,supporting dictators and corrupt politicians and later on abandoning them.The real answers is that they are educated or am soory to say manupulators make them who they are.moreover their military capabilties make them more stronger at wolrd stage including the UN
None of the countries are developed, however South Africa, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Botswana and Namibia are some of the most developed, especially South Africa having been th…ere myself. The cities are modern with good infrastructure its not rare to see an Aston Martin, Bentley or Hummer on the streets, many private schools and large shopping malls, Louis Vuitton boutiques and cocktail bars.
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Because it has one of the lowest per capita incomes in the world. It's also faced with political instability and economic developmentl
because it exports one of the most expensive metals in the world- Gold
yes, Turkey is a developed country.(cia factbook)
The Brant report drew a line which placed North America, Europe, Russia, Australia and New Zealand. These countries to this are considered the rich economically developed coun…tries. However it can be argued that oil rich Arab countries and India, China, Brazil should be added to the rich half. http://www.stwr.org/special-features/the-brandt-report.html
It's not developing ...it's disassembling. It has financial andpolitical problems.
Ya, Singapore is a well-developed country or rather a successful country. Just look at singaporeans daily lives, we have clean water, sufficient food and lots of cities, shopp…ing malls around us. compared to the odden days of Singapore, history of Singapore we are already counted as a developed country.
Because it is still developing in regards to the economy.
Indonesia's economy is not as developed as countries in North America / Western Europe which are now primarily serviced-based economies with GDP per capita in excess of 20,000…. Although Indonesia has experienced growth and is rich in natural resources, much of these profits are taken by foreign multinational corporations which derive their income from mining, timber and agriculture.
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it is a poor country.
its a developed country
Some political scientists will agree that Malaysia is a developed nation. On the other hand, many economists and political scientists will say that Malaysia is rapidly develop…ing and and may soon be considered a developed nation. There are features of this nation that have yet to be modernized.