Top 25 Developed Countries Quotes

Here we have the best Developed Countries Quotes from famous authors such as Raghuram Rajan, Piyush Goyal, Lucy Powell, Barbara Amiel, Hugo Chavez. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.

If developed countries' citizens want to feel slightly
If developed countries’ citizens want to feel slightly better about their economiesslow growth and high unemployment, they should contemplate how much worse matters could be without the institutions that they have.

Productive and sustainable job creation, along with increased and better-targeted social expenditure, are the only routes to permanently beat the poverty trap and to bring our social indicators on par with developed countries.

A global deal will only be possible if Britain plays its part, leading the way with other developed countries.

The interests of the Soviet Union are in controlling highly developed countries and having the benefit of their economies so that they can run their own inefficient empire.

We must reduce the emissions 100 percent. In Venezuela, the emissions are currently insignificant compared to the emissions of the developed countries.

Developed countries should support developing countries in tackling climate change. This not only is their responsibility, but also serves their long-term interests.

The trend in the world right now is – not just in developed countries, but in developing countries including China and India – there is a movement to build more and more nuclear plants.

Naoto Kan
Compared to developed countries, or even to some major emerging countries, burdened by aging populations, financial crises, widening budget deficits, faltering faith in politics and growing social demands, Africa has become the world’s lastNew Frontier:’ a kind of ‘it-continent.’

We must update our country‘s workplace policies to remain competitive against other developed countries.

Of course, aid is only one small part of international development. Some of the greatest benefits to the world’s poorest can be achieved through policy changes by developed countries.

In most developed countries, the average person receives about 16 years of education. Even in developing countries, the population gets five to eight years of education.

Considering the great benefits broadband connectivity can bring to individuals and businesses alike, it is crucial for developing countries – and underserved communities in developed countries – to help build out broadband infrastructure in an affordable manner.

The aging and decreasing population is a serious problem in many developed countries today. In Japan‘s case, these demographic changes are taking place at a more rapid pace than any other country has ever experienced.

Toshihiko Fukui
I think developed countries – so-called developed countries – should reflect upon the way of living and the waste of energy.

Certainly I’ll never be able to put myself in the situation that people growing up in the less developed countries are in. I’ve gotten a bit of a sense of it by being out there and meeting people and talking with them.

I think most Americans understand that we deserve to have universal health care, as enjoyed by most citizens in most developed countries.

What separates developing countries from developed countries is as much a gap in knowledge as a gap in resources.

Global interdependence today means that economic disasters in developing countries could create a backlash on developed countries.

While the technology revolution has yet to reach far into the households of those in developing countries, this is certainly another area where more developed countries can assist those in the less developed world.

A series of studies in the 1990s and 2000s revealed that as women gained more access to education, jobs, and birth control, they had fewer children. As a result, developed countries in western Europe, Japan, and the Americas were seeing zero or negative population growth.

Medical costs are of concern, both in developing and developed countries.

In developed countries, strong rules are in place to restrict sound pollution and curb its deadly effects. As law-abiding citizens with social responsibility, we should all come together against this unhealthy trend.

Bearing in mind most companies rely on the middle classes in developed countries to sell goods and services throughout the value chain, dealing with inequality is a matter of brutal enlightened self-interest. It’s simple economics: Global stability equals global growth equals profits.

Well-trained medical doctors and engineers leave Nigeria to the developed countries. We want to reverse that.

Goodluck Jonathan
During the three decades of its existence, the effectiveness of the United Nations has, on the whole, tended to decrease, particularly in the field of peace and security and, more generally, all issues in which the developed countries feel they have important stakes.

Gunnar Myrdal