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high-income

[hahy-in-kuhm] /ˈhaɪˈɪn kʌm/
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to those with a larger income than the average.
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  • Low-income countries' second role is as a market for corporate goods from high-income countries.
  • Which wouldn't be so bad if high-income jobs weren't concentrated in a few high cost places.
  • Meanwhile, college attendance and completion gaps between low-income and high-income students have been on the rise.
  • And usually, these students don't come from high-income 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 high-income business areas, too.
  • In the end, high-income and low-income adopters are driven by the same incentive: utility.
  • Considered a high-income 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 high-income countries.
  • But businesses in low-income countries still struggle with twice the burden of regulation as those in high-income countries.
  • Other high-income countries have been tallying it for decades.

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