What is an example of a developing county?
An example of a developing county is Loving County, Texas. Population of 67 and only one business.
An example of arbitrage was declared against a county that obtained $10 million in bonds for the purpose of developing a landfill. Some of the bond money was used for a land purchase and engineering studies. For several reasons the landfill was never built. The county put the remaining bond money into CDs at their local bank and drew a higher rate of interest than they were paying bondholders. The government charged the county with…
Developed nations are the ones with technology, proper healthcare, good education (high literacy rate), and high life expectancies. Developing nations is the exact opposite. Developing nations are sometimes based on agriculture, for developed nations are not. An example of a developed nation would be the United States, and an example of developing nation would be Iraq or Vietnam.
as i think every body would like live in developed country rather then developing country.because facilities ,security ,living standard and job opportunity in developed country is much more then developing country.poverty is very less in developed county in comparison to developing country. that's the reason why every country want to be a developed country
In the US, various counties within the states have a variety of official jobs, many job titles are self explanatory as to the duties. For example there county sheriffs, county chief executives, county prosecutors, county judges, county clerks with what can be likened to office jobs in private companies, county policeman, and county doctors performing autopsies.
The fee for a marriage license in Illinois varies from county to county. For example, the fee is $35 in DuPage County but in Boone County the fee is only $20. You should check with the clerk in the county where you want to be married in because the license cannot be used in any other county or state.
In the early years of American history and our judicial system was developing, there were not enough judges with enough expertise or training to serve in every county of every state, so judges would "ride the circuit" from county to county so one judge could hear cases in several different counties. Hence the name, "circuit court."