Developing Country and Developed Country

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America and India

Introduction
Developing country means the countries compared with the developed countries have lower degree of development of the economic and social aspects. Developing countries have a vast territory, large population, vast market and rich natural resources. There are many strategic places, in terms of economic, trade, or from the military, occupied an important strategic position. China is the largest developing country.
Developed country Refers to a higher level of economic development, the technology is more advanced countries with higher living standards, also known as the industrialized countries, countries with high economic development.

America
As a culture and nation mixed country, huge influence of America in the economic, political, technological, military, entertainment and many other areas have led the world which makes America become the world's only superpower currently.The United States has abundant mineral resources including gold, oil and uranium, however, many of the energy supply are dependent on foreign imports. The United States also has a well-developed tourism industry, ranking third in the world.

India
India Located in southern Asia which is the largest South Asian subcontinent has diversity and rich culture and tourism resources. India is one of the fastest growing countries in the world, but it is also extremely unbalanced distribution of social wealth in developing countries. India has become the overlord of the software industry exports, finance, research, and technical services and will also become an important global exporter.

GDP of America
GDP means gross domestic product

(reference:http://www.tradingeconomics.com/united-states/gdp)

In this figure, we can see that the GDP of America in 2003 was nearly 10500 billion dollars and during 2003-2009, the trend of GDP growth increased steadily from 10500 billion dollars to almost 14200 billion dollars. However in 2010, it decreased to

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