Recent Examples of developing from the Web
Hence, the solution in Paris was that development should be slowed where possible and developing countries would be compensated for their inability to burn coal through the green climate fund.
This could be a boon for the developing world, which has been a focus of Nocera's during the project.
His fund focuses on companies in the developing world with potential for growth at a reasonable price, which often means small-cap stocks.
Building floating plants in a centralized place in an industrialized country and shipping them to an offshore spot in remote or developing regions could help address those issues.
But unlike microcredit ventures such as Grameen and Kiva, Prosper is aimed at U.S. borrowers, not the developing world.
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DEVELOPING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of developing for English Language Learners
: having few industries and many poor people who are unable to buy the things they need
: growing larger or more advanced
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