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developing countries
Submitted by Dmitri I GOULIAEV; posted on Friday, February 11, 2005
Submitter Wow!.. I would sign this letter -- I agree with the idea behind it, but I found very strange wording in this text: "developing countries such as China, India and Russia". What does it mean? Does it mean, that these three countries are developing, only these three? Does it mean that other countries are not developing anymore? Or does it mean, that these countries are developing more than others? Or does it mean that other countries are developed, or, au contaire, not developed at all? What is the criterion for "being developing country"? Is it the scientific and technical achievements (which any of these three countries can demonstrate easily), or is it something else, something less objective? P.S. Sorry for late remarks, didn't see it earlier.
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