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Developed vs. Developing CountriesWhat’s the difference?
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Developed vs. DevelopingWidely available health care. Poor health care; not enough doctors.
Developed vs. DevelopingMany manufacturing and service industries. Farmers use technology. Live by subsistence farming in rural areas. Few businesses.
Developed vs. DevelopingParticipate in international trade Few items to trade
Developed vs. DevelopingPeople mostly live in cities. People live mostly in rural areas.
Developed vs. DevelopingPeople have access to telephone and are part of global network. Modern communications are not found outside of city.
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