China Isn't a Developed Country?
China has been the largest contributor to world growth since the global financial crisis of 2008. Yet China remains a developing country (its per capita income is still a fraction of that in advanced countries) and its market reforms are incomplete.
Source: World Bank
One of the reasons why shipping from China to the rest of the world is so ridiculously cheap is because China is considered a 'developing country' but in many ways it's very much a developed country. I'd dare say it's a much better country than others which are part of 'developed' but stats are what counts, I guess.
Typically, developed countries are in the Western (US, UK, AU, ES, PT, DE, CA, IT, AN, NL, NZ, RU, etc) and Asian (JP, SK, TK, etc) part.
While Brazil is a country part of the Western world, it's a country underdeveloped because those in charge never get things fixed and improved for the better of the population.
But say y'all, should this really matter when we can order items for so cheap? Wouldn't really say so.
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