1. General information Facts Population: 1,080,264,388 (est. 2005) Area: 3,287,590 sq km Location: Southern Asia. Neighbours are Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, China, Nepal and Pakistan. It Borders the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. Capital: New Delhi Government type: Federal republic. President: A.P.J. Abdul KALAM Currency: Indian Rupee = 100 Paise Language: Hindi is the national language (30% of the population). There are 14 other official languages: Telugu, Bengali, Marathi
If I am truly being honest I must say that climate change has never really helped the economy. More times than not, climate change, and the terrible storms/natural disasters that it produces, harms the economy, especially when hurricanes and tornadoes hit us down here on the coast. For example, when Hurricane Harvey came through, even though it hardly touched us, we still went through the aftermath. A major gas line, that supplies most of the Bible belt (the south), was shut off for days, and gas
demography, economic situation, political situation, social and cultural situations. Geography: India is located in southern Asia next to Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, Burma, Pakistan, and Nepal. Its climate varies from tropical monsoon to temperate plus upland plains in south, flat to rolling plain along the Ganges. It also has deserts in the western area and some Himalayas in the Northern. Though India does not have the winter season like in the U.S., it does have widespread and destructive flooding
malnutrition and risky behaviour also play important roles. Tuberculosis is the single leading cause of death among women of reproductive age. One of the leading causes of malnutrition and ill health in South Asia is ‘food poverty’. Over 350 million in China and India alone do not have access to basic nutrition requirements.13 Malnutrition increases the risk of infection and infectious diseases, and is one of the biggest contributors to child mortaility, according to WHO. Prostitution and Sex Tourism:
Abstract The following is a Research paper on China in order to provide a SWOT analysis for business expansion into China. The report will highlight important factors that may impact your organizations success. Some considerations are in the specific region in China that will best suit your company as well as political, economic and cultural impacts for your line of business. The report will summarize the data your organization will need to be aware of in order to make your business decision.
Introduction 4 Like other South Asian countries, Pakistan continues to suffer from a plethora of natural and human induced hazards that threaten to affect the lives and livelihood of its citizens – natural disasters including floods, earthquakes, landslides, cyclones, and drought to human induced disasters such as fires, civil unrest and terrorism, refugees and internally displaced people, health epidemics, transport accidents, industrial accidents and war. The human impact of natural disasters