Is Tanzania a LEDC?
Yes... It is an LEDC... . Africa is NOT an LEDC as it is a CONTINENT! A whole CONTINENT cannot be an LEDC. The majority of countries in Africa are LEDC's though.
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An LEDC is a less economically developed country . This means the life expectancy and GDP is low. Also LEDCs lack certain things like clean water, sanitation, and health care.
Tanzania is a country of East-central Africa . Tanzania is an EastAfrican nation known for its boundless wild ranges.
Yes Jamaica is an LEDC because before it was a poor country and it was behind but over the time it has been there it has developed Yes Jamaica is an LEDC because before it was a poor country and it also was behind from other countries. Also it has developed in so many ways like the supplies there. Yes it is an LEDC (less economically developed country) because although there are many ways in which people do make money over there, there is a lot of homeless and poor people living under the struggling. Sometimes it is because they have very simple living conditions. They have built their houses and food is scarce. Water is hard to come by and people have to walk miles. Malnutrition often occurs due to lack of food.
\nYes Tunisia is a Less Economically Developed Country. It's a developping country in a fast growth relying on the 1st and 3rd domains; Agriculture and services. Industry is not really a solid domain in Tunisia. However, many goods are exported like high quality wheat, phosphate, vegetables and fruits, and olive oil. Import and Export are a good market in Tunisia.
LEDC stands for less economically developed country and in general, LEDCs are non-industrial nations. They tend not to manufacture goods and the residents are usually poor. Another term for LEDCs is Third World nations and there are MEDC's too, that stands for more economically developed countries and those countries are rich. A few of them are England, Australia and The United States of America. A few of the LEDC countries are Panama, Sierra Leone and Ghana and there several more. Residents of LEDC's countries earn the equivalent of less than $1200 US a year (which is less than $4 US a day). (see a list at the related link)
It has a very low life expectancy and most people cannot afford topay for doctors. They have little access to clean water and mostcan't afford good education for their children.
LEDC means that the country which is less developed or are gating developed. LEDC stands for Less Economically Developed Country. from Sak sakar
It is not an MEDC nor a LEDC, it is a NIC (Newly industralized country)
Yes is would be classed as a Less Economically Developed Country within the financial realm. It is an ledc because suffers from poor health care and drout.
Not really. Indonesia is the only ASEAN member of G-20 and it signs various FTA with other countries. Yes! It is an LEDC.
Tunisia is a LEDC because of several reasons. I'll state some of them. First, the independence and the economic loss. Tunisia have got it's independence on 20 March 1956 from France. When the French left Tunisia, it was in a mess, the problems were mainly 3 : poverty, illiteracy, unemployment. All the Tunisian fundings at that time were mainly concentrated on Education under the doctrine of Habib Borgiba, and the Education Minister El Messadi. then the rest of the incomes was headed to the employment through improving the country's infra_structure by building roads and industries, all that was also sponsored by some French who still live in Tunisia. Poverty then was treated through employment. Untill now Tunisia have produced 3 generations of well educated people who are now working in almost every field, however economy in Tunisia is still weak because the main source is Tourism and second exportation of agricultural goods. These two realms are not well predictable ones, not like controlled industry, so Tunisia is still waiting for the last educated generation to make it better through many specialized people in industrial techniques and technologies. You can concider that the main Tunisian investment was not Industry, yet it was Education for that Tunisia is a LECD but with a honorific average of 100% educated people between 06 and 16 years old and almost 3 millions students engaged in higher education and post graduate one, knowing that education is cumpolsory and absolutely free in Tunisia. Thank you.
Belize is an LEDC, and the development indicators tell us this... for example their birthrate is 25 per thousand and the UK's is 11 per thousand. Their Adult Literacy rate is low in comparison to the UK's. Their GNI is $2,960 and the UK's is $25,520.
Ghana is an LEDC country because in the late 16 hundreds the British came and took all their natural resources and now they have no industries. As a result of this Ghana has to borrow money from the rich countries and they charge interest on the money. So Ghana got into debt and still didn't have the correct natural resources for a good life, so they became and LEDC. Ghana has a high birth rate, low life expectancy, etc. and these are signs of being an LEDC because these factors are usually due to the hygiene and living conditions of the people who live in the LEDC!
Ghana is an ledc: Ghana is an LEDC country because in the late 16 hundreds theBritish came and took all their natural resources and now they haveno industries. As a result of this Ghana has to borrow money fromthe rich countries and they charge interest on the money. So Ghanagot into debt and still didn't have the correct natural resourcesfor a good life, so they became and LEDC. Ghana has a high birthrate, low life expectancy, etc. and these are signs of being anLEDC because these factors are usually due to the hygiene andliving conditions of the people who live in the LEDC. Note: Ghana is not now, nor has it even been, considered a LEDC bythe UN Human Development Report. They are listed as a mediumdeveloped country.
No, Iceland is a MEDC and scores high on the HDI (ranked 1st in 2008).
No it's not , Nigeria is the 6th largest oil distributor in the world. It is an Medc ( most economically developed country. But due to corruption it is not living up to its full potential.
its a ledc because of its very little tourism and money earnt. Its a rather unpopular countrie not very known.
Venezuela is not an LEDC because it has one of the biggest oilreserves in the world and is one of the leading oil exporters. Ithas had some phases of economic turmoil, but it still remains arelatively developed country.
A MEDC stands for More Economically Developed Country. This is a country like the UK that has a reasonably stabel economy and is high on the development spectrum. A LEDC is the opposite of a MEDC. LEDC stands for Less Economically developed country. Most of the countries in Africa are LEDCs.
LEDC'S are poor because they have requested money from the world bank to put towards things like developing their infastructure Eg Roads, Schools ect but may have spent the money on improving their armed forces by buying tanks or whatever. Then they fall into debt as they cannot afford to pay the intrest on the loan. This happened to ecuador, they spent the money, couldn't repay the intrest so fell into big debt. This got to a point where they stopped paying the loan back to the world bank so the UN boycotted there exports until they started to pay back the loan. Hope this helped
yes it is luv . its income is made from selling cigars because that is the only thing they know how to make
Why is Bangladesh an LEDC Because they live in the environment of poverty, they can hardlyafford food, water clothes, etc. They don`t own many electricaldevices, they are often affected by the flood because their cropsthat they have been growing gets destroyed and they no longer cansupport their families. They also don`t have any health care sothey when they get diseases from drinking dirty wter they often endup dying and they can`t afford to buy medicines so they can`t relyon someone else. Another reason is that Bangladesh's government is corrupt.
ghanna is an LEDC because of its low gross domestic product. the resons for this low GDP is the unstable goverment, heavy droughts, and business revenues.
Ethiopia is known as an LEDC, because of many reasons like its lack of basic human resources like the amount of food and clean water so that everyone can stay fit and healty.Because of the lack of food and clean water people will get ill and there arnt many hospitals or doctors around. There also isnt many schools so that people are able to get a decent education witch means it will be harder for them to get a job which means its also harder for them to get aa job so they can earn money. lack of public services, obviously it stand s for less economically developed country, its GDP is low, its econmy suffers from inflation and urban growth is low.
No, Dubai is definitely not a LEDC. Although Dubai is a desert country, it is rich is oil and natural gas, which makes it prosperous. It is one of the world's fastest growing country in terms of economy, with many on-going projects that are not likely to be fulfilled in other countries, such as the Burj Dubai, which is the tallest building in the world, the Palm Islands, The World, The Dubai Waterfront, the Arabian Canal, the Dubai International Airport, the Al-Mauktoum International Airport and many more futuristic architectural marvels.
yes it is, for a few reasons.. Ethiopia is an LEDC, or classed as a third world country due to its lack of basic human resources e.g food and clean water, lack of amenities, e.g hospitals, schools, police, fire service, lack of public services, obviously it stand s for less economically developed country, its GDP is low, its econmy suffers from inflation and urban growth is low, it does not attract glabal business intrest due to its low wages. it suffers from famine due to the climate, and widespread disease due to lack of health care and clean water suppiles obviously these are all 'push factors' whereas an MEDC has mainly all 'pull factors', the amount of push and pull factors a country has largely determines its status as an MEDC or an LEDC.. Hope this helps
Because LEDC stands for a less economically developed country, so Ethiopia is obviously not very rich!!!
yes, kenya is an LEDC, this is down to low life expectancy, lack of clean water, people are unable to seek medical care and cannot afford an education so people are unable to get good jobs and provide for family.
Yes,Ghana is a LEDC.. This is because in 1650 the British came and took all their natural resources so this made it very hard for Ghana to cope, they also took all their gold - Ghana were called the 'Gold Coast'. This meant Ghana had to borrow money from richer countries - this made them an LEDC. . Ghana has a very high birth rate and a low rate of expectancy . I hope this helped you..
Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world. its economy has been crippled since it had to pay France 150 million francs for its freedom in 1825, and especially after the 2010 earthquake Haiti has suffered incredible amounts of debt, as well as relying heavily upon other countries for support. Hope this helped! x
Ukraine is a less economically developed country (LEDC). Since itsseparation from the Soviet Union, it has struggled to reach firstworld status.
is different it is and it's not :it is because comperance of nigeria and america or england
Mali's economic structure revolves around primary-sector industries such as agriculture, fishing, mining etc. These are affected by weather and other natural occurences, and do not earn a lot of money. Mali's GDP was US$5.8 billion in 2005, and is growing. Most people are uneducated and the country is undeveloped, thus not attracting tourism and investments.
No, only some parts of it are. But the two main ones Australia and New Zealand are MEDC but Tuvavu for example is a LEDC.
Turkey Is neither an LEDC or MEDC, it is currently in between as an NIC (Newly Industrialised Country)
Just a couple of suggestions: . You can go on a wildlife safari . You can hike Mount Kilimanjaro/Mount Meru You can also go on a Coffee/Banana plantation tour and a waterfall tour Zanzibar is part of Tanzania, you take the ferry across the ocean about 2 hours and there are many things you can do on the island and on the coast!
Iraq was the richest country's in the19s until the Americans started bombing and stole they're oil
Well it's kinda hard to tell, but, this country have Gamma city (Almaty) and GDP of country is 198,000,000,000 USD and population is only 15,500,000 people. So it's somewhere in between MEDC and LEDC. Hope that will help you. Greetings from Almaty!
Chad is an LEDC because it is located far away from the ocean so it doesn't have access to ships to trade their natural resources. Chad suffered from civil wars during the years 1979 - 1982 and has only just begun to regain itself. Chad has poor healthcare, education and sanity and the people that live there suffer
It is an LEDC because it is a very poor country and a large numberof people have AIDs.
Syria is an LEDC mainly because the same government (although it is a democracy) has been ruling for 41 years, and they have not been hearing out the citizens' demands for a better country.
Personly I would think Greece as an MEDC because it is part of Euroupe. (sorry for my spelling)
No. Latvia is not an LEDC. All LEDCs are located in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia (plus Afghanistan) and are considered the worse-off countries in the world. Latvia is located in northeastern Europe and is a member of the European Union. it' s GDP per capita on average is 20 times higher than in the least economicaly developed countries. Human development index ranks Latvia in 48th place in the world (2009) ahead of countries like Russia, Argentina and Turkey.
Ledc factories are factories in poor contury they just want to comitt suicide there life is that bad
Yes, the Philippines are a LEDC Country! This has been provengeographically, by Professor Warner. They spend a lot of money on cleaning up the destruction caused bynatural hazards, as they are on the Phillipine-Eurasion plateboundary, which leads to earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanoes.They're situated in the "ring of fire" - a ring of volcanoes, hometo 75% of the world's most active volcanoes. The are also in thepath of many typhoons, with 241 hitting them between 1905 and 2007,causing just over $9 million in damages. This results in thecountry not having money left over (if you like) to spend on thingssuch as education and health care in order to develop the country.
It is a less economically developed country because it's primarily a non-industrial nation. Most Moroccans are involved in agriculture, especially in the rural areas. While there has been some internal development in Morocco, it has been insufficient to move it into being an MEDC. Half of the population remains illiterate.
this is a tricky one.... well, it really differs from place to place but they do get medicine via charity although here are the main problems faced with this: in warstricken areas charity workers can be shot or the medicine looted. some areas are so secluded it makes it nearly impossible to get anything there. in natural disaster struck places it can be different to get aid there because of transport.
"less developed country" Because they only upgrade their military, weapon, military medical university, technology. They do not want to upgrade public universities, cities,etc
Yes as much of the country is in poverty, and 20% of the population is enslaved.
LEDC = Less Economically Developed Country. Mexico falls within this category, as it isn't fully industrialized.