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    • What is development?
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    • How you measure development?
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    • Developed country (DC)
      • A country generally has good living conditions, well developed infrastructure and an advanced economy.
      • Example
        • Japan
        • Norway
        • USA etc
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    • Less developed country (LDC)
      • A country that generally has poor living conditions, a lack of infrastructure and poor economy.
      • Examples
        • Myanmar
        • Ethiopia
        • Bolivia
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    • Standard of living
      • Defined as living conditions
      • Access to education, health care & basic amenities (clean toilet, clean water)
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    • Quality of life
      • The degree of satisfaction that you have with your living conditions and lifestyle will determine your quality of life.
    • Quality of life
      • Good infrastructure
      • Better transport system
      • Good communication facilities
      • Good social benefits
      • Tax rebates
      • Poor infrastructure
      • Poor transport system
      • Poor communication facilities
      • Poor social benefits
      • No tax rebates