But after Sydney Olympic Games, International Gymnastics Federation has modified substantially the contest rules, which provides opportunities of showing capacity for the athletes who has individual talent in gymnastic in developed countries and undeveloped countries.
The contradictions in the process of modernization in the underdeveloped countries between the restraints of their national conditions and the clamping down on them by international environments in carrying out this strategy make it imperative for these countries to correctly grasp the specific laws of socialism.
Finally, there have been expressed certain reflections on the problem of planning in an underdeveloped country whose psychosocial characteristics ought to constitute the basis for an authentic process of transformation.
West Germany: Still an underdeveloped country in the diagnosis and early treatment of primary hyperparathyroidism
Some considerations regarding potential problems that can be encountered in measuring indoor radon in an underdeveloped country, and how can they be solved are discussed.
Promoting the industrial application of research in an underdeveloped country
Although the Taiwanese economy developed rapidly, the health care system was still looking like that of a underdeveloped country.
Iodine in water is of great interest in some undeveloped countries, and wood can be used as a iodine reservoir capable of releasing it with a controlled rate.
Technological intelligence, management, forecasting and innovation are big problems for undeveloped countries but considerable strengths for the developed ones and the firms that attach importance to these concepts.
Any governmental water action in undeveloped countries has the potential to incite conflicts, especially if survival resources are inhibited.
CURE takes and shares first world medical techniques, technology and expertise to poor, undeveloped countries.
It is possible that in undeveloped countries, the rising occurrence of lung cancer in young patients has been missed.
Subjects in low socio-economic strata in underdeveloped countries are subjected to considerable adverse influences which may enhance age-related changes in the nervous system.
Although the face of bacterial meningitis has changed substantially over the past 15 years, this disease still causes significant mortality (particularly in underdeveloped countries) and neurological sequelae.
In underdeveloped countries, childbirth is the leading etiology of these fistulae.
Overfishing and destructive harvest techniques have left some marine fish populations virtually extirpated in a number of primarily underdeveloped countries.
Children from economically underdeveloped countries are predominantly affected.