File:North South divide.svg

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World map showing a traditional definition of the North–south divide

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Беларуская (тарашкевіца)‎:
  Поўнач
  Глябальны Поўдзень
English: The north; Blue; High income economies + High Human Development Index states + G8 + Eastern Europe
  Developed World
  Developing World
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This file was derived from:  BlankMap-World6.svg
Author Kingj123
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current09:29, 7 September 2020Thumbnail for version as of 09:29, 7 September 20201,406 × 588 (269 KB)Gooduserdude (talk | contribs)rv original release, kazahstan and argentina is according to the sources south not north
09:25, 7 September 2020Thumbnail for version as of 09:25, 7 September 20201,406 × 588 (268 KB)Gooduserdude (talk | contribs)rv original release, kazahstan and argentina is according to the sources south not north
21:02, 1 September 2020Thumbnail for version as of 21:02, 1 September 2020863 × 443 (188 KB)Cocoliras (talk | contribs)Adds data post 2012: Includes new High Income Economies (excl. GCC/Fuel exporters) as well as Argentina (former WB HIE, very high HDI). There's no logical reason to include Turkey (old CIA definition) and exclude South Africa (using same definition) or use the HDI definition (Russia) and then exclude Chile and Argentina (also very high HDI). Includes Costa Rica for its OECD High Income status (2020 estimates) and Panama (high income since at least 2017). Will include the GCC economies if re...
19:55, 10 December 2011Thumbnail for version as of 19:55, 10 December 2011863 × 443 (1.45 MB)Orfeoedeuridice~commonswiki (talk | contribs)Reverted to version as of 15:06, 31 August 2011
17:58, 13 November 2011Thumbnail for version as of 17:58, 13 November 2011863 × 443 (1.45 MB)Vrysxy (talk | contribs)Chile and Argentina are now considered developed countries
15:06, 31 August 2011Thumbnail for version as of 15:06, 31 August 2011863 × 443 (1.45 MB)Derfel73 (talk | contribs)Improved vector version, as opposed to a poor quality traced raster + South Sudan
17:03, 18 August 2011Thumbnail for version as of 17:03, 18 August 20111,406 × 588 (219 KB)NeoRetro (talk | contribs)Added countries with territory in Eastern Europe, these also have high-middle income or low-high income
11:04, 11 July 2011Thumbnail for version as of 11:04, 11 July 20111,406 × 588 (269 KB)J intela (talk | contribs)These countries aren't in the G8 or EU.
07:37, 29 September 2010Thumbnail for version as of 07:37, 29 September 20101,406 × 588 (268 KB)Lokum~commonswiki (talk | contribs)missing areas added
02:55, 23 April 2009Thumbnail for version as of 02:55, 23 April 20091,406 × 588 (318 KB)Goldsztajn (talk | contribs)remove unnecessary layers
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