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Unformatted text preview: to developing countries, they label their waste recyclable and trade to lessen the impact of that electronic waste domestically, as well as turn a quick buck at the disadvantage of that developing nation. As brokers in developing nations are eagerly seeking a good deal that will result in a return on investment, they often do not have the capacity to deal with incoming shipments of toxic waste or electronic waste in an environmentally sound manner. From the patterns that have emerged in the global toxic waste trade, it is apparent that developed nations either do not have the capacity to deal with this waste, or find it too expensive to do so and resort to the exploitation of developing nations....
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- Fall '11