The developed country is a term used for countries that have developed highly according to some criteria. Which criteria will be used and which countries should be defined as advanced continue to be a topic of debate. Economic criteria are generally dominant in evaluations. One of the most commonly used criteria is national income per capita; countries with high national income are defined as developed countries. Another economic criterion is the level of industrialization; economies dominated by the industrial sector are considered to be developed. Today, another criterion is the Human Development Index, which combines economic measurement, national income, education and health. According to this criterion, countries with high human development index are more developed. However, there are anomalies in this criterion as in all criteria. Countries that do not meet these criteria are generally classified as developing countries.

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