What is the economic status of the countries who belong to the first and third world countries?
economic status of the countries who belong in first world country
In terms of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the United States is ranked first out of all the world's countries.
Economic status affect education as a reult of feeding before education matter, if u consider in this current generation first law is feeding, nd u know dat economic is feeding.
His stately attire was only the first indicator of his superior economic and social status.
First off socio-economic status? man? woman? influence there is none when it comes down to economic status,,,either your a rich individual or a poor individual...I see no in between we were all created equal.....diabolical18....LIVE every breath as though its your last for there is and isn't a gaurantee that there will be another one or another day..... GOD BLESS
People with a low socio-economic status usually spend about $5000-6000 on a baby its first year.
Africa's infrastructure varies from nation to nation and somewhat depends on the economic status of its government and its citizens and the stage of its WORLD-liness. Third world countries generally have poorer quality and less-engineered infrastructure than First World or second world nations.
TGlobalization led to economic and environmental change, first on the economic side there is free trade. Other countries may be running out of resources so countries buy and sell with each other
The European Economic Community was founded by 6 countries in 1957. They were Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, Germany and Italy.
In 1957, when it was known as the European Economic Community.
That he's King of Thebes is what makes Creon a character of high status. Status refers to an individual's socio-economic position. In Thebes, the royal crown gives its wearer topmost status in the city. Among many reasons, the monarch is in direct line of descent from Cadmus, the city's founder and first king.
economic benefits were from the sale of exports to countries at war with Germany
south America and latin America
Read the lesson. Cheating on a big test is wrong!
To some countries,it could be foreign e.g Arab Countries. It could be First language e.g America It could be Mother Tongue e.g America It could be Second language e.g Nigeria
The pharmacy. While countries in the Caribbean have yet to reach a "first world" status if you go you will realize that its far from living in caves or sleeping in hammocks.
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The Benelux countries were the forerunners of the EU and are now part of it. They were set up for economic and trade co-operation between Belgium, Netherlands, Luxemburg, the first letters of each country taken to make up 'Benelux.
In most third world countries the debt they have surmounted is due to their governments trying to lay down the necessary infrastructure to elevate their countries status to that of second and first world countries. However this action is premature on their part, they lack the requisite industries to back such expansion, causing the debt to crush their small economy's, holding them in third world status. Cancelling this debt would give these countries an opportunity… Read More
No. What is now called the European Union was set up in 1957 by 6 countries and called the European Economic Community. 3 more countries joined in 1973, 1 more in 1981 and then Spain joined in 1986, as did Portugal.
There were originally 6 countries that together set up the European Economic Community, which is now known as the European Union. Those 6 countries were: * France * Germany * Italy * Luxembourg * Netherlands * Belgium
Person who asked this question should know at least one answer. There can be a number of reasons depending on their social status and personal aspirations. Assuming that 'aborad' means the so called first world - few reasons can be generalized: 1. first is that quality of education in countries such as India is not as good as it is abroad albeit it may not be necessarily true all the time. Depends on the subject… Read More
In 1957 Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and West Germany were the founding members of what was called the European Economic Community. The next countries joined in 1973 and others have joined since. It has also changed its name, first to the European Community and in 1993 to the European Union. In 1957 Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and West Germany were the founding members of what was called the European Economic Community… Read More
which political party John quicy adams first belong to
Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and West Germany signed the Treaty of Rome, which created the European Economic Community
Mainly the severe terms extracted by the allies from a beaten Germany at the end of the First World War. Also, Jews Gypsies, indeed, any one that he considered non-Aryan.
What book tells us about the first people to belong to the Christian Church? which people belong to the Christian church?
Europe des 6 - CEE (Communaute Europeenne Economique) / EEC (European Economic Community)
Singapore is definitely not a third world country. It can be classified as a first world country if you look at it's GDP and economic status. In fact Singapore has been developing rapidly since its independence.
US UK Canada Japan Sweden Columbia All first world countries have a developed capitalist economic system. Most are conidered mixed capitalist, meaning a mix of free market and command capitalism. Many third world countries have undeveloped capitalist systems and some also have mixed capitalist and socialist as in several Middle East countries such as Saudi Arabia were heavy oil production is state owned but with also allowing private enterprise and property.
The first step in the process of conducting an economic analysis is to identify appropriate economic indicators for specific economic forecasts or trends.
The late 1990's, with the emergence of the 'Celtic Tiger' economic boom (that would soon transform Ireland into one of the wealthiest countries in the world)
This is what I found out about that subject: The letter "A" is the first letter of 17 countries. The letter "B" is the first letter of 23 countries. The letter "C" is the first letter of 24 countries. The letter "D" is the first letter of 5 countries. The letter "E" is the first letter of 8 countries. The letter "F" is the first letter of 8 countries. The letter "G" is the first… Read More
The first female country singer to reach platinum status was Crystal Gale. She reached this status with her album "We Must Believe in Magic" in 1977.
First of all not many people know what an oligarchy is. It means when a small group of people have all the power. The group gets its power from either military, wealth or social status. E.g.: China, Saudi Arabia, Bolivia, North Korea some countries in South America.
First of all, the song is called 'Somewhere I belong' not somewhere you belong. Chester Bennington sings it.
the status in crossfire, is to show how good you are at the game. IE: First Lieutenant.
How did the dispersion of global economic activities lead to the US becoming a world power after world war 1?
other countries had to recover from the effects of the first World War and the US was hardly effected by it.
first, the articles gave all the power to the states, making them 13 individual "countries" thus preventing them from solving problems i.e. debt.
What was then known as the European Economic Community, was founded in 1957 by France, West Germany, Italy, Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg. It is now known as the European Union.
No. What was then known as the European Economic Community or EEC, was founded in 1957. It became the EU in 1993. Slovakia joined in 2004 and Bulgaria joined in 2007.
Germany enjoys a high ranking in the world today due to its high ethical standards concerning moral and human rights issues. This is strengthened by its economic stability, which like most other countries is at risk by the looming economic recession that looms over the Western Hemisphere. Germany has had a leading position in the European Union since its first forerunner, the European Coal and Steel Community (ESSC), was founded in 1951. This developed further… Read More
Normalizing nutritional status starts with a nutritional assessment.
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Acts of the Apostles has long been regarded as a history of the early Church. The Acts Seminar was set up to review the book carefully and look for evidence of historicity in Acts. It determined that the book was written in the second century and does not accurately record events and personalities of the early church. Scholars participating in the Seminar concluded (See Acts and Christian Beginnings) that Acts is "a primary resource for… Read More
How can you counter the argument that Rostow's model of development is irrelevant to third world countries?
well i think this model really addresses growth and not development. you need to ask yourself whether economic growth equates development. the third world in its developing state may not necessarily develop in the linear manner as suggested in this model. further, many of the third world countries are dependent on the first world so any form of economic growth usually does not translate into development as most of the money leaves these countries to… Read More
President McKinley had several key economic decisions during his time in office. First was bimetallism, which permitted transactions with silver as well as gold with European countries. He was willing to go along with it as long as the European countries did as well. However, this issue failed, and McKinley proposed currency backed by the gold standard, which was accepted. Although he sponsored the Dingley Tariff to encourage American business growth and jobs, by the… Read More
Women's suffrage is the right of women to vote, and historically includes the economic and political reform movement aimed at extending suffrage to women. The movement's modern origins lie in France in the 18th century. Of currently existing independent countries, New Zealand was the first to give women the right to vote in 1893. Similarly, the colony of South Australia enacted legislation giving women the vote in 1894. Places with similar status.
It can belong to any as long as the plants/grass is first. Hoped I helped.
Yes, they can because at first, countries joined the EU to encourage trade. This economic group, however, is becoming a loose political union. Many countries joined the EU: Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia.