Is Brazil a Developed Country?

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Brazil is a developing country in South America. It is an economic giant (ranks as the eighth economy of the world) and one of the world's biggest democracies.
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As of 2012, Brazil was a developing country because it still had a low Human Development Index (HDI), low standard of living and an undeveloped base of industries. It could also be said to be a less-developed country (LDC) together with other nations such as Guinea, Benin and Ethiopia.
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Brazil is a developing country because a lot of Brazil's population still live in poverty. Brazil is the largest country of Latin America.Brazil are the only national ...
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