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  • Venezuela - 580 Words
    Venezuela is a tropical caribbean counrty on the northern coast of South America. It contains 23 states, which are then split into ten regions. Venezuela was first sighted by Christopher Columbus who named it after "Little Italy" since it reminded him of the waterfront in Italy. Its official language is spanish, and its population of 25,375,281 people consist of Spanish , Italian , Portuguese , Arab , German , African , indigenous people. This beautiful country is well traveled and toured by...
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  • Venezuela - 799 Words
    BAI NOI INTRODUCTION: []And in this film, the old man involved in a journey to look for a wonderful place, a legendary waterfall. Do you remember the name of this fall? []Although Paradise fall doesn’t exist but it was inspired by a real fall, the highest waterfall in the world. That is Angle fall. And I want ask you 1 more question, can you tell me which country does the fall belong to? Besides this highest waterfall, Venezuela is also famous for the kingdom of beautiful women. Lying on the...
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  • Economy of Venezuela - 3694 Words
    Economy of Venezuela Contents *Executive Summary 2 1 Venezuela Profiles 3 1.1 Geography 3 1.2 Population 4 1.3 Political System 4 1.4 Economic System 4 1.5 Market Spotlight 5 1.6 Trade Agreements 6 2 Doing business in Venezuela (Compare with China) 6 2.1 Starting a business 7 2.2 Dealing with construction permits 8 2.3 Employing workers 8 2.4 Registering property 9 2.5 Getting credit 9 2.6 Protecting investors 10 2.7...
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  • Chavez and Venezuela - 773 Words
    Basic Information on Chavez and Government of Venezuela Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías (born 28 July 1954) is the current President of Venezuela, having held that position since 1999. He was formerly the leader of the Fifth Republic Movement political party from its foundation in 1997 until 2007, when he became the leader of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV). Following his own political ideology of Bolivarianism and "Socialism for the 21st Century", he has focused on implementing...
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  • The Crisis in Venezuela - 366 Words
    Name: Alicia Torres The Crisis in Venezuela p.16 What’s the Big Idea? After reading “The Crisis in Venezuela,” use the graphic organizer below to record the article’s central ideas. Use the topics in the column on the left as a guide. TOPIC STATE THE CENTRAL IDEA RELATED TO THIS TOPIC ECONOMY Shortages of basic goods UNREST Lost in oil South America facing crisis GOVERNMENT RESPONSE TO UNREST Insisting to changing to a dictatorship RELATIONSHIP WITH THE U.S. U.S buys oil...
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  • Oil in Venezuela - 3058 Words
    OIL IN VENEZUELA Venezuela's proven oil reserves are among the top ten in the world. Oil generates about 80 percent of the country’s total export revenue, contributes about half of the central government’s income, and is responsible for about one-third of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). Increases in world oil prices in recent years have allowed Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to expand social program spending, bolster commercial ties with other countries, and boost his own...
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  • The crisis in Venezuela - 378 Words
    The crisis in Venezuela Officially called the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, the fourth largest country in South America is located on the northern coast of the continent and with an estimated population around thirty million citizens. The spanish speaking country is one of the most urbanized in South America with the majority of the population living in and around Caracas, the country’s capital. Venezuela is best known for its vast natural resources, specially its reserves of crude oil...
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  • Venezuela - Today - 1453 Words
    Paper #1 – Venezuela Today After almost fourteen years in power, President Hugo Chavez was reelected by a million votes more against his adversary in October 2012. Armed with huge resources from oil revenues, bolstered by the high rates of Popularity and six years ahead of renewed mandate, Chávez expressed confidence in the progress of the "Bolivarian Revolution" and the establishment of so-called "Socialism of the XXI century". That confidence helped him to regain control of some basic...
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  • Venezuela Culture - 1413 Words
    In all cultures, there are different dimensions that can be categorized into a continuum. Kluckhohn and Strodtbeck have functions of cultural patterns such as common human problems, preferred solutions and most importantly, a continuum. A continuum is how things are rated by percentages. For example, happiness. It could be either more or less in certain situations. In Hofstede’s dimensions of culture, there are two topics and only one can be higher in certain cultures than others. The country I...
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  • venezuela and democracy - 423 Words
     Venezuela is a country ruled by dictatorship hidden by democracy. Basically, the whole governmental system is controlled by Hugo Chavez and his own party. The problems that exist are foot shortage, privatization of recourses(such as oil) and economic issues. The voice of people can’t be heard. Many evidences tells that Venezuela is actually a dictatorship country, not a democracy country as it seems. President Hugo Chavez had control of the election in Venezuela. 2 The...
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  • Food Scarcity in Venezuela - 1015 Words
    Food Scarcity in Venezuela. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) is a small country located in South America. Since its independence from Spain in 1811, this country has actively played an important role as a hub for international commerce, in the beginning producing agricultural products such as coffee, sugar, rice, cocoa among many others. A hundred years later, in 1912 the first oil well was drilled. The Royal Dutch Shell and then Rockefeller’s Standard Oil became major producers of oil...
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  • Venezuela - Oil Dependence and Its Consequences
    Table of Contents 1. Historical Background to Venezuela’s Oil 1.1. Before the discovery of oil 1.2. Oil is found 1.3. Oil as a major government issue 1.4. Where is the oil-revenue spent to? 2. Consequences of Oil Dependency on the Economy 2.1. Introduction 2.2. Oil dependence and the Economy 2.2.1. Oil Price 2.2.2. Currency 2.2.3. Other Sectors of the Economy & Overall Economic Growth 2.2.4. Impact on Society 3. Effects of Oil Dependence on...
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  • Venezuela: All That is Shiny is not Oil
    Venezuela All That is Shiny is not Oil President Hugo Chávez Frías passed away on March 5, 2013 after battling an unknown type of cancer, thus ending fourteen years in office as president of Venezuela. In that time, he extended term limits that allowed him to run and win the executive post four times, including surviving one recall. Chávez saw himself as the leader of the “Bolivarian Revolution” and saw Venezuela as a model for “socialism for the 21st century.” Was he successful in...
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  • Venezuela, Oil Industry - 2202 Words
    Venezuela, Oil Industry Assignment 8-1 Prepared for Prof. Wendell Seaborne MBA 727 Fall 2012 Prepared by Gjorgji Janakiev December 25, 2012 Introduction The economy of Venezuela is highly dependent on revenues from the oil industry. The export of oil represent 95% of the total export of the country, 40% of the budget revenues and 12% of the GDP (CIA The World Factbook, 2012). Venezuela is one of the founding countries of OPEC and is one of the fifth largest memberс. In the...
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  • Women and Politics in Venezuela - 998 Words
    Women and Politics in Venezuela Women in every country all over the world are discriminated against when it comes to politics. There are many reasons for this discrimination and most of the reasons are a result of men being in control. Politicians are "supposed" to aggressive and argumentative. Some men and women do not see women as having these qualities but instead have the qualities of nurture and compromise. Time is a barrier for women because they do not have the time to participate...
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  • Compare & Contrast; Venezuela & Us
    What are the facts that you put on the table when you are going to choose between staying in your country, and immigrating to another? Many people concern about their children and what is better for them, and how they can improve their life. In my family’s, we had to compare our life in Venezuela to what it would be like in the United States, we had to face the facts of the insecurity levels, education, and the opportunities to enrich our the lives that we had been living. It is not always easy...
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  • Venezuela Welcomes Me Back
    Maria Montilva Dawn Garcia ENC1101/ 5:40-6:55pm September 25, 2013 Venezuela Welcomes Me Back One of the best and most memorable moments of my life was my arrival back to Venezuela after seven years of not going. I came to Miami when I was 4 years old, and never did I once go back to Venezuela until I was eleven. Starting from a week before I was anxious, nervous and excited all at the same time, it was too many feelings at once. It was hard to control myself. Being used to something and...
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  • Venezuela and Mercosur, Trade Blocs
    Unit 4 International business setting up a business in Venezuela- Mercosur/Trade blocs, etc ATIA Hotel will be a four star hotel on a budget and of smaller size. The hotel will be set up as LLC of Venezuela and will be located in Venezuela. MERCOSUR: In English, Mercosur means Southern Common Market.Mercosur is a Regional Trade Agreement among Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. It was founded in 1991 and later updated in 1994. Purpose of founding Mercosur is to promote free trade....
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  • Venezuela Kyoto Protocol Refusal
    Venezuela is a nation emerging from the corruption of two century’s plagued by greedy military dictator and bloody revolutions that left hundreds of thousands dead. During the 21st century Venezuela eventually became a democratic nation when its first democratically elected president, Rómulo Gallegos, in which he ruled until 1947. The last of the military coups put him out of office and landed Perez Jimenez, the corrupt power monger only worsened the corruption within the already struggling...
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  • revolusi demo venezuela - 4145 Words
    Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the UK and Ireland Context Paper: REVOLUTIONIZING DEMOCRACY IN VENEZUELA Venezuela has always been considered the ‘exceptional case’ in Latin America. 1 While its neighbouring countries were struggling with revolutionary uprisings, “guerrilla warfare” and violent conflicts throughout much of the last century, Venezuela was blessed with regular elections and a stable government. The world was shocked in 1989 “You can when violence...
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  • Political Risk in Venezuela - 572 Words
    Political Risk – Venezuela The political climate in Venezuela is very unsettled, this is because of the course of action the president decides to take. However the biggest risk is to industry –type company’s that have major operations in Venezuela. This is exemplified in the operations of foreign oil companies and mining companies with operation in or with Venezuela. The greatest risk in conducting business is straightforward expropriation. Another major risk that foreign companies face while...
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  • Venezuela OIl Aff - 4754 Words
     Contention 1 - Inherency A) Venezuelan Oil exports to the US are on the decline Epperson and Domm 13 (CNBC.com, March 6, 2013 http://www.csmonitor.com/Environment/Latest-News-Wires/2013/0306/With-Hugo-Chavez-gone-US-oil-industry-eyes-Venezuela) ConocoPhillips CEO Ryan Lance, who spoke Tuesday morning at the Houston energy conference prior to news of Chavez's death, noted how the global energy landscape has changed dramatically....
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  • Continuing fights for Human Rights in Venezuela
     The Continuing Fight for Human Rights in Venezuela Ever since Venezuela gained independence, the country had many national problems, such as high poverty rates, and a wide social gap between the wealthy, minority European group, and the poor majority African and native decent Venezuelan citizens. The past 200 years, especially the last 20 years this country made many great leaps to address these social problems. Under the leadership of Hugo Chávez who took office in 1999, he led the country...
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  • Economic Instability in Venezuela, 1830-1890
    A. Plan of Investigation This investigation will answer the question: what were the sources of post-independence economic instability in Venezuela from 1830 to 1890? The most significant sources of instability impacting the economy in Venezuela’s early national period were the fluctuating coffee prices, the credit crisis, and the ineffectual government. The scope of the research was the economy in Venezuela from approximately 1830 to 1890. This does not include political or social impacts on...
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  • United States and Venezuela: 2001-2008
     United States and Venezuela: 2001-2008 Prior to the Cold War, “US policy had aimed at keeping major powers from attaining strategic positions that might threaten US security” (Leogrande, p. 355, 2007). This led to Dollar Diplomacy of President Taft, and the justification of intervention on behalf of the fear of Communism. The end of the Cold War resulted in the United States emerging as the sole power of the world, leaving no other country willing, or able, to contest US influence in...
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  • Mass Uprising Defeats CIA Coup in Venezuela
    MASS UPRISING DEFEATS CIA COUP IN VENEZUELA By Andy McInerney The revolutionary process underway in Venezuela passed a decisive test over the weekend of April 13-14. Hundreds of thousands of workers and peasants across the country rose up to defeat a U.S.-backed coup attempt organized by the Venezuelan capitalist class against President Hugo Chávez. It was a genuine victory of people's power in the first open clash of social classes in the oil-rich South American country. But the victory...
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  • Life Insurance Policies and Premiums in Venezuela to 2017: Market Databook
    Synopsis Timetrics "Life Insurance Policies and Premiums in Venezuela to 2017: Market Databook" contains detailed historic and forecast data policies and premiums in the life insurance industry in Venezuela . This databook provides data on gross written premiums, earned premiums, premiums per capita, number of active policies, insurance density, sum assured and insurance penetration. Summary This report is the result of Timetrics extensive market research covering the life insurance...
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  • Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Colombia & Venezuela) Insulin Market: Grand View Research
    The Latin America market for Insulin is expected to reach USD 3,760.7 million by 2020, according to a new study by Grand View Research, Inc. Growing prevalence of diabetes (type I and type II) coupled with government initiatives to develop insulin in markets such as Brazil by providing medical and financial aid to the population in the form of subsidies and the entrance of multinational companies such as Novo Nordisk, Sanofi Aventis, etc is expected to drive regional insulin market....
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  • International markets integration and social issues
    Juan Coronado BUSI 494-B01 Professor: Dr. Beverlin Hammett International Markets Integration and Social Issues Essay (Venezuela) The Following essay will give you a brief overview of two regional trade agreements NAFTA and MERCOSUR, by comparing and contrasting these two RTA’s the good and bad outcomes will be revealed, mostly economic factors, this investigation will determine how the RTA’s affect the country members. MERCOSUR (Mercado Común del Sur) or Southern Common Market, it is...
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  • Doing Business in Another Country
    Executive Summary In order to successfully introduce a product into a foreign market it is important to know the culture of the country you plan to do business in. In order to introduce mobile handsets into a market like Venezuela, the supplier must be well acclimated with the purchasing habits, tastes, and willingness to purchase the product that is being sold. Understanding these things starts with building a knowledge base about the major aspects of the culture and your target consumer....
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  • Happiness: Is It the Government or Individual's Responsibility?
    Centennial College College Communications 2, Sec. 912 Documented Research Essay The Happiness Project Maria Jesus Mateo April 2015 Option 2 According to Pett (2010), Bhutan* has integrated Gross National Happiness (GNH) into its country’s constitution. Are governments responsible for happiness or is happiness an individual responsibility? With reference to the reading, and additional sources, provide your opinion on this issue and support it in a well-developed essay....
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  • Hugo Chavez - 1872 Words
    Hugo Chavez. The name alone is instantly recognizable. The sixty-two year old man from Venezuela has made quite the splash with his entrance into the world of politics. His charisma is both mesmerizing and disarming, his upbringing humble and his ideals are revolutionary. Hugo Chavez is a true leader who, following in the footsteps of his lifelong rebel great-grandfather, aims to change the face and direction of the nation of Venezuela. His movements and decisions have garnered global attention...
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  • Expropriation - 2793 Words
    Additional info from Answers.com In 1952, faced with an impending strike by steelworkers, President Truman signed Executive Order No. 10340, 17 Fed. Reg. 3139, expropriating eighty-eight steel mills across the country. Again, the president defended his action by declaring that the welfare of the country was at stake. He supported this argument by stressing the demands of the war in Korea. He believed that a steel strike would endanger the lives of U.S. soldiers. This time, Trumans action caused...
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  • Venenzuela Fact Sheet - 741 Words
    Geographical Features - Venezuela has seven physical geographic regions; The Andes Mountains, which include the highest peaks in the country, extend northward into Venezuela in two branches divided by the Lake Maracaibo Lowlands. Pico Bolivar is the highest point of the Venezuelan Andes at 16,427 feet and it is located in the eastern branch, the Cordillera de Merida The Sierra de Perija, the western branch, extends along the border with Colombia. The lowlands of Lake Maracaibo are overlooked by...
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  • Country Analysis - 969 Words
    Venezuela's Uncertainty Avoidance (UAI) of 76 is slightly below other Latin Countries average of 80, indicating the society’s low level of tolerance for uncertainty (Geert Hostede). In an effort to minimize or reduce this level of uncertainty, strict rules, laws, policies, and regulations are adopted and implemented. The ultimate goal of this population is to control everything in order to eliminate or avoid the unexpected (Geert Hostede). As a result of this high UAI, the society does not...
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  • Venezuelan culture - 584 Words
    SPC1017 01/23/2015 Venezuelan Culture I. Introduction: Believe systems and traditions shared by a group of people are clearly defined by the huge meaning of country's culture. Venezuela has a mixed race heritage of Spanish, African, and American Indian. Therefore, Venezuelan culture is very diverse and complex. The complexity of the Venezuelan culture is clearly demonstrated in their festivals, gastronomy, and music by the many different people who have made Venezuela their home. II....
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  • Chavez - 1134 Words
    Abstract This paper will talk about Hugo Chavez and the many sleeves that he wears as president. The economic system will be conquered in this paper. It will also, explore the political party that is practiced in Venezuela. Another thing that this paper will touch on is the country’s differences and what is being done to change it. One major issue in Venezuela seems to be the corruption of the government. Another issue this paper will cover is the drawback of the oil prices falling. Lastly, the...
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  • Don Simon Bolivar - 1016 Words
    Don Simon Bolivar, birth name Simón José Antonio de la Santísima Trinidad Bolívar y Palacios Ponte y Blanco, was born in Caracas, Nueva Granada on July 24, 1883. He was known as “El Libertador” for his pursuits and accomplishments in helping South America gain its sovereignty from Spain. Don Simon Bolivar’s initiative and will to overcome his challenges in order to form a more perfect union have made him into one of the most well-known leaders of the Latin American indepencence movements. His...
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  • Causes of the Venezuella Refinery Complex Fire Incident
    Causes Poor Safety Records and Standards The Paraguana Refinery Complex was state-owned by the Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA). PDVSA has long been criticized for their negligence in industrial safety. Since 2003, PDVSA has been plagued by 79 accidents which include 6 explosions and 7 fires within the refinery complex. Despite these incidents, no major safety measures were undertaken by the company. This makes the safety standards of PDVSA questionable. As a result, the negligence of...
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  • Hugo Chavez - 1332 Words
    Is Venezuela another socialist regimen failure? Socialist regimens are often criticised for being utopic and stopping economic growth. Hugo Chavez has won his third re-election which means Venezuela will have a socialist regimen at least until 2019 if his health allows him to swear to the constitution once again on January of next year. It is important to analyse the change Venezuela has experienced since Hugo Chavez regime came to power. We find a Venezuela where there is no freedom of...
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  • The Bolivarian Revolution: a Consequence from Historical Roots.
    Tittle: The Bolivarian Revolution: A consequence from historical roots. The inability of politicians to rescue the national economy resulted in growing public discontent in Venezuela leading the nation to support Hugo Chavez in initiating the Bolivarian Revolution. The Bolivarian Revolution is unique as at its core, it is a humanistic approach to state governance and operation, one that is based on social justice and the participation of the citizens in this social justice. In order to...
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  • The Role of Regional Integration in Promoting Global Business.
    The Role of Regional Integration in Promoting Global Business. Regional integration is growing as a means for economic growth for many countries. Throughout this paper we will discuss the promoting of regional integration into the Northern South America region. In addition, the paper will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of regional integration as it relates to (NAFTA, EU, APEC, ASEAN, CAFTA). Regional Overview The Northern South America region contains two countries Columbia and...
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  • angel falls - 380 Words
     One of the most interesting Angel Falls facts is how these falls were discovered. The falls received their name because of an American bush pilot who was named Jimmy Angel. Angel crashed near the top of the falls in the year 1937, and then alerted the world to what he had found. This is one of the top Venezuela vacation spots, and an experience that no visitor should miss. There are three ways that you can explore the Angel Falls location. You can hike the falls on foot, but if this is the...
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  • If You Want Peace Than Ready Foe War
    “Peace will be my port, my glory, my reward, my hope, my happiness and all that is beautiful to me in this world,” wrote our father Bolívar to Santander on June 23, 1820. And because we love and value peace, we will not move away from that old principle, especially when the imperialist criminal brutality is threatening us: “If we want peace, let’s get ready for war.” I want to embrace the words of José Manuel Briceño Guerrero, a great Venezuelan and Latin American conscience who is being paid...
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  • US POLITICS - 1066 Words
    Since 1998, when Hugo Chávez won the presidential elections of Venezuela, the relations between this country and United States have worsened. Hugo Chávez has been president of Venezuela for fourteen years and was reelected for another six years the past October. During this time, he has implemented many changes in order to establish the “Bolivarian Revolution” and has stressed his opposition to the United States and the imperialism of its regime. Therefore, the relations between this two...
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  • Simon Bolivar - 1312 Words
    Simon Bolivar was the reason independence was achieved in the colonies of Northern South America; namely Venezuela. He was unselfishly dedicated to liberating the colony, and was not discouraged when a battle was lost or when Spain regained control of his Republics. As each of the three Venezuelan Republics were created and quickly destroyed, Bolivar never lost sight of his ultimate goal of independence. His hopes of combining all of South America into one independent nation always remained...
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  • The Happiness Project - 357 Words
    Centennial College College Communications 2, Sec. 912 Documented Research Essay The Happiness Project Maria Jesus Mateo April 2015 Option 2 According to Pett (2010), Bhutan* has integrated Gross National Happiness (GNH) into its country’s constitution. Are governments responsible for happiness or is happiness an individual responsibility? With reference to the reading, and additional sources, provide your opinion on this issue and support it in a well-developed essay....
    357 Words | 2 Pages
  • A socio cultural environment - 1022 Words
    A socio cultural environment is a sum of practices, customs, attitudes, beliefs and behaviors that occur within population. It is influenced by cultural norms, demographic information and religious information. International organizations often do an inspection of a socio cultural environment before entering target market, because it helps the company to modify products and services appropriately. There are a lot of details that are important to understand, in order to do business in Venezuela...
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  • Hugo Chavez - 2246 Words
    “The devil himself is in the house. The devil came here yesterday and it smells of sulfur still today." Hugo Chávez said on September 10th, 2006; defying President Bush in the United Nations (U.N.) assembly. Chávez as president of Venezuela since 1999, he defied the world by insulting Bush and other high rank political leaders. He has influenced governments of other countries by the power gained by oil such as Bolivia, Peru and Iran that has also defied the U.S. by selling military supplies to...
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  • Spanish 2 answes - 297 Words
     1.09 Selecciones- El Viaje por el Golfo de México Práctica Answer the following questions in complete sentences in Spanish. To answer these questions, you will need to refer back to the reading in the lesson. Your responses here will be submitted for grading as 1.09 Asignación. 1. En nuestro viaje, vamos de Miami ¿adónde? Ellos van a México desde Miami. 2. ¿Qué vemos en México? Ellos ven las pirámides y lugares históricos. 3. ¿Cuáles son dos ciudades que visitamos en...
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  • PetroCaribe and the Caribbean - 1999 Words
    “PetroCaribe is not without flaws and logistical hang-ups, yet it remains the most concrete proposal on the table to alleviate the region’s suffering. Chavez’s intention is patently not self interest or glorification, as he is not exactly aiding a region with significant global diplomatic or economic clout. Furthermore, objections to the proposal – specifically by Trinidad and Tobago – are not based on well – reasoned arguments, but rather on stubborn selfishness and shameless servility to...
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  • Recommendations for Unemployment - 1795 Words
    Table Of Contents Acknowledgments …………………………….Page # 1 Introduction ……………………………….…. Page #2 Reason for selecting topic………………..….... Page #3 Statement of problem ….................................... Page #4 Method of investigation ……………….…..…. Page #5 Instruments used to collect data ….................... Page #6-10 Procedures used to collect data…………………Page #11 Presentation and explanation of data………….. Page #12-14 Interpretation of data……………………….…...Page #15 Findings...
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  • Simon Bolivar - 1512 Words
    Simon Bolivar After colonization, Latin America had a difficult time uniting. Under Spanish rule, the people in the New World were in an identity crisis trying to become free from rule and developing a new identity. Simón Bolívar, “caudillo de emancipación”, liberator of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Perú and Venezuela remains an important figure in the history of Latin America. He has also known as the “George Washington of South America”. One of the greatest goals of Simon Bolivar was to see...
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  • hytu - 363 Words
    About Venezuela Venezuela officially called the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela is a tropical country on the northern coast of South America. Its territory covers around 916,445 square kilometers with a population of 29,105,632. Its is divided in to 23 states. The capital of Venezuela is Caracas which is also the largest city. Venezuela is considered a country with high biodiversity, with habitats ranging from the Andes mountains in the west to the Amazon Basin rainforest in the south....
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  • Simon Bolivar - 602 Words
    Simon Jose Antonio de la Santísma Trinidad Bolivar y Palacios Ponte y Blanco, also known as Simon Bolivar, born on July 24, 1783, was a Venezuelan military and political leader. Simon Bolivar played a key role in Hispanic America’s successful struggle for independence from the Spanish Empire, and is today considered one of the most influential politicians in the history of the Americas. Simon Bolivar is an influential leader not only to people in Venezuela but to all the other leaders that wants...
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  • Asylum to Snowden - 3977 Words
    "Asylum to Snowden"; Hello, people. Good evening. (Sorry, María... me again). Here I send you two links regarding the Snowden Asylum breaking news. The task for this Saturday is to bring, already done, a "pros and cons" essay where you explain (two pros and one con or two cons and one pro) about this matter. In the links you will be able to find examples related to some Larin American countries which have offered Snowden the asylum option. Venezuela is one of them, and since we are all...
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  • International Finance - 684 Words
     THE SAGA OF THE VENEZUELAN BOLIVAR FUERTE 1) Why must a country’s currency be devalued? What is failing in the economy? Devaluation is the action of a government or central bank authority to drop the spot foreign exchange value of a currency that is pegged to another currency or to gold. Countries occasionally devalue their own currencies as a result of persistent and sizable trade deficits. They intentionally devalue their currencies in an effort to make their exports more...
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  • Latin American wars of Independence
    Sentiment had been growing in the colonies since the American Revolution, and so, the Latin American wars were vicious and were sparked by ideas of independence. Thanks to Napoleon’s invasion of Spain, the rebels in Latin America had the perfect excuse to declare their independence. However, even though the independence movements happened at a relatively close time from one another, they were not necessarily link together, since they have their own heroes and history. We can separate the Latin...
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  • This is a Reflexive Essay on a near death experience that changed my life.
    Cars and Cliffs In many instances, a single event in life could have a drastic effect on a person's further existence. Perhaps the most horrific occurrence that one has endured changes their life and has a great effect on how they live in the present time. In just a few seconds, I have seen my life, my short-lived life, flash right before my eyes. What began as a venturesome day, ended in horrid adversity. My near death experience has influenced my life by providing myself with a greater...
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  • ssssssss - 290 Words
    1.09 Selecciones- El Viaje por el Golfo de México Práctica 1. Vamos al golfo de México. 2. vamos a ver las pirámides indígenas y otros sitios históricos. 3. en Colombia visitó las ciudades de Barranquilla y Cartagena. 4. Guatemala, Costa Rica y Paname son los tres países que hemos visitado en América Central. 5. en Panamá podemos ver el famoso canal. 6. en el norte de América del Sur es el país de Venezuela. 7. El Jaguar vive en Venezuela. 8. La anaconda es el nombre de la...
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  • contract of sales of goods - 559 Words
     Long-Term Sales Contract Seller: Greatest Phone Company Co Add: 645 West Road, Accra; Ghana Post code: 6679087 Bank: Bank de National, Caracas; Venezuela Account number: 739153091438091001 Buyer: Greatest Purchaser Company Add: 57 Rue de Confederation, Geneva; Switzerland Post code: 1208 Bank: Barclays Bank, Geneva; Switzerland Account number: 678153091778091090 The buyer and Seller agree to conduct...
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  • Why did the creols lead the fight
    Since the establishment of Spanish colonies in Latin America, there had been a rift between the classes of the Creole Elite and the peninsular Spaniards. The Reasons were simple; the Creole Elite were just as educated and capable of holding high esteemed offices in the government and the churches the peninsular Spaniards were, but were held back solely because of where they were born. Creoles were people who were born in the new world and had old world ancestry. Peninsular Spaniards were born in...
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  • SAGA VENEZUELEAN BOLIVAR FUERTE
     The saga of the Venezuelea Bolivar Fuerte Q1: Why must a country’s currency must be devaluated? What is failing in the economy? First, the reason would be for stimulating the exports of goods=> more money in the country => push the production, economy in general and employment rate and set premises for economic growth. Somewhere between 92 and 94% of export income in Venezuela comes from oil, and the money obtained heavily contribute to the local manufacturing development, and...
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