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Argentina is a developing economy, and a emerging market as well. Its economy was quite strong in the first part of the 20th century, comparable to most actual developed countries, but started declining in the 1950s. Since then, this country suffered constant crises fixed by abrupt changes in the economic model, damaging the long-term sustainability. The country held the worst economic and social crisis in 2001. Since then, there has been a rebound in economic terms, with high growth rates (7-9% per year) and significant social improvements. Despite this, inflation and public indexes' manipulation are now a problem in which politicians should work on.
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No because no country is developed yet there always changing which means they are developing
Barbados is a developing country. While having a medium-sized per capita GDP, and the eigth-highest Human Development Index in the Americas, Barbados may have lost some of… its economic vitality. This is evidenced by periods with unemployment as high as 10 to 14%. Their challenge is to find new industries that will not imperil their natural environment.
Argentina is a developing country
I'm not 100% positive, but I'm pretty sure it's developed. It's got a high literacy rate and high urban population.
Because Greenland is still technically a part of Denmark it is considered a developed country.
No its a developing Country
it is a developing country
Technology lag between nations is the result of isolation, the lack of key advancements in societies, national stability, economic stability, size, and or cultural stability. …One example is the middle east, who in the past were at the forefront of technological development, but have since fallen behind due to cultural reasons, such as religion.
Sudan is a developing country.
it is a developed country
Alicia Kirchner is the Minister of Social Development for Argentina.