The Impact Of The Commonwealth Games 2016

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Based on the regional and national economic impact, environmental impact, social impact and best of government funds. It is the evidence that allows the government to decide to be held the Commonwealth Games 2018 at Gold Coast. At the moment, the money that the government spend on the construction are billion dollars but it can create more than 10000 jobs for the Australian and other potential benefit that the government will get in the future are very big. Because based on the game the Government have tight the relationship with 53 countries around the world and most of the country are from European. At the money that the government have spent on the rail and road transport are successful and satisficed for the Australian they spend 74.7…show more content…
Further about environment impact GC2018 is leveraged to encourage Australian and Gold Coast communities to implement more sustainable practices, such as reuse and recycling. If the Australia get practices and learn more about environmental Protection. There will be a positive externality as the recycling it can savage the material and protecting the environment. In addition, it can be saving the money. Recycling is very important as waste has a huge negative impact on the natural environment. Harmful chemicals and greenhouse gasses are released from rubbish in landfill sites. Recycling helps to reduce the pollution caused by waste. As recycling saves energy, it also reduces greenhouse gas emissions, which helps to tackle climate change. One of the decision that the government have make is the Queensland Government, in partnership with the City of Gold Coast, designed Trade 2018 is to strengthen trade and investment ties across the Commonwealth and boost the City of Gold Coast’s and Queensland’s international business profile. The program will focus on seven priority Commonwealth markets – United Kingdom, Canada, India, Singapore, Malaysia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Central to this aspiration is Trade 2018 which focuses identifying and attracting investment to the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct (GCHKP) and profiling Queensland’s wider capability in this area. An Investor event was held in London on 15 March to highlight the Precinct and
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