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deconstruction or demolition of dilapidated buildings industrialized and / or dangerous and recycling.
Social inequality, especially, has now reached record levels in industrialized nations and continues to rise.
The primary indicator of oil shortage would be the level of commercial oil inventories in major industrialized countries, and the information on these is usually issued by energy-related departments in the majority of these countries.
perfect global economic storm, the industrialized countries' policymakers appear to be paralyzed by doubts as to what should be done to revive their flagging economies.
Industrialized countries should adopt fiscal stimulus packages and invest in infrastructure projects and help developing countries by investing in neglected sectors, Lin said.
Growth in life insurance premiums in 2008 should moderate, he said, while nonlife premiums should fall in the industrialized markets but grow in the emerging economies.
In East Asia, where productivity levels showed the fastest increase in 2006 and have doubled in the past 10 years, output per worker was up from one-eighth in 1996 to one-fifth of the level found in the industrialized countries.
is basically the only industrialized country that doesn't have an elite group of centralized national bureaucrats running the country's education system and forcing many elementary and secondary students on educational tracks that define the rest of their lives--France and Japan being the worst examples.
BRUSSELS -- The number of persons seeking asylum in industrialized countries fell sharply for the third year in a row in 2004 to its lowest level in 16 years, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees reports.
The Kyoto Protocol requires industrialized countries to reduce their carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 levels by an average of 5.
Since the agreement does not place restrictions on developing countries, the President argued, it puts undue pressure on industrialized nations.
The president will explain the position of the country in the next session of the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering, Yusril said FATF set up in 1989 by the seven major industrialized nation (G7) now groups 34 industrialized nations to watch the implementation of anti money laundering law all over the world.