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of or relating to those with a larger income than the average.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Low-income countries' second role is as a market for corporate goods from
Which wouldn't be so bad if
jobs weren't concentrated in a few high cost places.
Meanwhile, college attendance and completion gaps between low-income and
students have been on the rise.
And usually, these students don't come from
backgrounds to begin with so paying for college tends to be harder.
But you don't want to reward poverty, so you extend those incentives to medium- and
business areas, too.
In the end,
and low-income adopters are driven by the same incentive: utility.
area, it is home to several local celebrities and public personalities.
Businesses in low-income countries struggle with twice the burden of regulation as those in
But businesses in low-income countries still struggle with twice the burden of regulation as those in
countries have been tallying it for decades.
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