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Developing Country China

Developing Country: China The People’s Republic of China is located in East Asia. China is the most populous country in the world and its population is 1.35 billion. The communist party runs China and its capital city is Beijing. Its population/ settlement growth has had a 0.5% change from 2012. It is experiencing high levels of settlement growth ever since it opened it self to the rest of the world and made the ‘one child’ policy not as strict as before. In terms of land area, China is 9.6...

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Challenges Facing Western Countries

Challenges Facing Western Countries The global community as whole faces many problem, with developing nations having to confront a different set of issues than those of developed nations. Western societies have the luxuries of a high standard of living and general prosperity, but these luxuries also come with their own set of challenges and obstacles; a double edge sword requiring a fine degree of balance if they wish to maintain stability and sustainable growth. Having to deal with domestic issues...

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Why are some countries richer then others?

 Why are some countries rich and other countries poor? Introduction- In today’s society, money is more consequential than ever. There are more billionaires today then ever before. However the reality is that most of the world still lives in complete poverty; an estimated 40% of the world still lives on less then 2$ a day {1 (January 2013 Written by Anup Shah)} and almost 75% of children world wide do not get secondary level education. However 200years ago, the average income around the world...

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People Leaving Their Countries

leave their countries from all over the world to a country that gives them a better life. Why do these people think of leaving their homelands? There are lots of reasons for that but I think the most important ones are education, finance, and health. The most important reason is to be educated because a lot of countries have bad schools, colleges, and universities. Therefore, people immigrate to get educated and intellectual. I was one of these people. I left my country Iraq and...

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south korea country analysis

 South Korea South Korea, officially the Republic of Korea. "The Great Republic of Korea is a country in East Asia, constituting the southern part of the Korean Peninsula.  It shares land borders with North Korea to the north, and oversea borders with China to the west and Japan to the east.  The capital and largest city is Seoul, with a population of 10 million. The Korean War began in 1950 when forces from the North invaded the South. The war lasted three...

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One Country, Two Systems

One Country, Two Systems One Country, Two Systems is a concept proposed in 1981 by Ye Jianying, one of the ten Founding Marshals of China. Then formally put forward by Deng Xiaoping, the former leader of China, in January 1982 in order to reunify the country. However, this concept was aimed to reunify Taiwan, not to reunify Hong Kong or macaw. One country, two systems means there is only one China, but the regions of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan could retain their original economic...

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How Rich Countries Got Rich and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor

Book Review How Rich Countries Got Rich and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor By Erik S. Reinert The book How Rich Countries Got Rich and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor is written by Erik S. Reinert and it is published in 2007. Reinert is a 62-year-old Norwegian economist who specializes in development economics and economic history (Wikipedia). Reinert attended the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland (where he studied economics), Harvard University for MBA, and Cornell University...

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How does the GDP per capita, life expectancy and the electricity usage per person have an impact on the development on the countries India and Switzerland?

It is evidentially proven and shown that Switzerland is a more economically developed country than India which is a less economically developed country. Development is the quality of life in a country based on various categories such as health, education, improvement on quality of life in a country itself including material consumption, environment and distribution of wealth. Switzerland has a higher rates of GDP per capita, electricity usage and life expectancy comparing to India. Switzerland is...

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How do Demographic Indicators Assist Geographer In Identifying Levels of Development for a Country or Region?

Development for a Country or Region? Every time I hear about world news, it always tends to have to do with a country's wealth, health, and social status. But what really defines these countries as wealthier? What are the things that gives someone in America a better life than someone in Africa? These factors can range from some qualities like GDP, Urbanization, Life Expectancy, Per Capita Income, and Fertility Rates among other countries. These Indicators allow people to classify a country to one of three...

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Evaluate the Success of Strategies Used to Promote Population Policies and Improve Education Standards in Different Countries.

key to ensuring the development of a country, therefore there is a need for the governments of various countries to implement strategies to improve education standards and promote population policies in different parts of the world. Countries that have a higher standard of education tend to be developed countries ( DCs), and countries that have a lower standard of education tend to be less developed countries ( LDCs). This is because, if more people in the country receive education/ higher education...

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