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E-waste is traded internationally, almost always from developed countries to developing countries because a) developing countries have necessary...

E-waste is traded internationally, almost always from developed countries to developing countries because

a) developing countries have necessary technology and facilities to manage hazardous waste.

b) developing countries have more wilderness areas for dumping hazardous waste.

c) officials and scientists in developing countries do not have knowledge at all about the harms of e-waste.

d) developing countries have stricter environmental laws.

e) developing countries have higher unemployment rates and therefore cheap labor is available.

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