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Ethiopian farmer sues UK over our foreign aid handouts - Express.co.uk

Ethiopian farmer sues UK over our foreign aid handouts - Express.co.uk | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
Express.co.uk Ethiopian farmer sues UK over our foreign aid handouts Express.co.uk The farmer – whose case is set to cost the British taxpayer tens of thousands of pounds because he is using UK legal aid – accuses the Government here of devastating...

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Ageing Infrastructure and Economic Growth

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Here is a revealing quote from a special study published in March 2014

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Indonesia to revive old wisdom to promote sustainable tourism

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Deputy Minister of Tourism and Creative Economics Sapta Nirwandar during the launch of the strategic plan said the new program would revive the local traditions that could assist in promoting sustainable tourism activities.

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Tourism Economics in South Korea to 2016: Market Profile, Market Research Reports

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Tourism Economics in South Korea to 2016: Market Profile

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Tourism Economics in South Korea to 2016: Market Profile

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Synopsis

This report provides an extensive analysis of tourism economics in South Korea:
• It covers a five year review and forecast for value of tourism, output by sector and tourism balance of payments along with the growth drives for the sector
• It provides market data on tourism output, tourism employment, output per employee and average employee compensation in South Korea
• It covers key trends and barriers in the travel and tourism industry in South Korea
• It provides market data on tourism demand factors and tourism market indicators for the travel and tourism industry in South Korea

Summary

“Tourism Economics in South Korea to 2016: Market Profile” is the result of extensive research on the travel and tourism industry covering tourism economics in South Korea. It provides a five year review of tourism output (overall and per employee), tourism employment and tourism employee compensation in South Korea. The report also includes an overview of the South Korean travel and tourism industry covering key trends, barriers to tourism and tourist attractions with a detailed SWOT analysis of tourism in South Korea. Review and forecast data for tourism demand factors and market indicators has also been included in the report.

Scope

The report provides in-depth market analysis, information and insights, including:
• A detailed coverage of the travel and tourism industry in South Korea
• A comprehensive analysis of tourism economics in South Korea
• Five year review and forecast of tourism economics in South Korea

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Table of Contents :

1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 What is this Report About?
1.2 Definitions
1.3 Methodology
2 TRAVEL AND TOURISM IN SOUTH KOREA
2.1 Key Trends and Issues
2.1.1 Key trends
2.1.2 Barriers to tourism
2.1.3 Tourist attractions
2.1.4 Government expenditure
2.2 Tourism SWOT
2.2.1 Overview of the tourism industry in South Korea
2.2.2 Strengths
2.2.3 Weaknesses
2.2.4 Opportunities
2.2.5 Threats
2.3 Tourism Demand Factors
2.3.1 Typical holiday entitlement of employees per annum by type
2.3.2 Total population by age
2.3.3 Male population by age
2.3.4 Female population by age
2.3.5 Number of households
2.3.6 Mean household income
2.4 Tourism Market Indicators
2.4.1 Number of trips by season
2.4.2 Number of trips by residents
2.4.3 Average length of tourism trips
2.4.4 Average national tourism expenditure per day of trip
2.4.5 Percentage of total resident income spent on tourism
2.4.6 Total national tourism expenditure by tourist destination
2.4.7 Total national tourism expenditure by category
3 TOURISM ECONOMICS IN SOUTH KOREA
3.1 Five-Year Review
3.1.1 Value of tourism
3.1.2 Output by category
3.1.3 Tourism balance of payments

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Indonesia to revive old wisdom to promote sustainable tourism

Indonesia to revive old wisdom to promote sustainable tourism | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
Deputy Minister of Tourism and Creative Economics Sapta Nirwandar during the launch of the strategic plan said the new program would revive the local traditions that could assist in promoting sustainable tourism activities.

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11 verdicts on microfinance

11 verdicts on microfinance | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
Can smarter regulation restore faith in microfinance or does it need to be completely overhauled? Our live chat panelists give their verdict

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How microfinance disappointed the developing world

How microfinance disappointed the developing world | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
In 1976, a small experiment was conducted in the poverty-stricken and flood ravaged Bangladeshi village of Jobra. Professor Muhammad Yunus, a lecturer of Economics at Chittagong University visited the…

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A Cambridge University professor provides this critique of micro-finance as a poverty alleviation strategy

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Reasons for Growth in Globalisation: How containerization shaped the modern world - Sir Harold Evans

Reasons for Growth in Globalisation: How containerization shaped the modern world - Sir Harold Evans | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
Sometimes a single unlikely idea can have massive impact across the world. Sir Harold Evans, the author of They Made America, describes how frustration drove Malcom McLean, a small-town truck driver, to invent the shipping container.

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Matt Smith's curator insight, February 8, 2013 7:34 AM

Lovely video about the invention of containerisation. Added some questions at the end for you to do!

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Great video...

 

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Niger to Ivory Coast rail link lays tracks for African infrastructure expansion

Niger to Ivory Coast rail link lays tracks for African infrastructure expansion | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
New line from Niamey to Abidjan expected to bolster regional trade, but critics urge focus on people rather than goods
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Japan offers to lend US half the cost of 'Super Maglev' train between Washington and Baltimore - Telegraph

Japan offers to lend US half the cost of 'Super Maglev' train between Washington and Baltimore - Telegraph | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
Japan has promised to provide the United States with loans to cover half the cost of a high-speed Maglev train link between Washington DC and Baltimore
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Does Rising Inequality Make Us Hardhearted? - New York Times

Does Rising Inequality Make Us Hardhearted? - New York Times | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
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Does Rising Inequality Make Us Hardhearted?
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Who Let the GINI Out?

Who Let the GINI Out? | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it

Capital account liberalization and fiscal consolidation confer benefits but also lead to increased inequality

 

Income inequality is at historic highs. The richest 10 percent took home half of U.S. income in 2012, a division of spoils not seen in that country since the 1920s. In countries that belong to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, inequality increased more in the 3 years up to 2010 than in the preceding 12. The recent increases come on top of growing inequality for more than two decades in many advanced economies.


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"Specialization and Trade: Because We Can't Be Good At Everything" | LearnLiberty

"Specialization and Trade" by @LearnLiberty ► Get Learn Liberty updates in your inbox! http://LearnLiberty.org/subscribe Prof. Carden is able to mow his lawn... (what about the prices? when you explain the comparative advantage.

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African labour and the Chinese dragon | Red Pepper

African labour and the Chinese dragon | Red Pepper | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
Róisín Hinds reports from the Zambian Copperbelt, a site of intense labour conflict linked to Chinese investment

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4.5 A discussion of the merits of Chinese FDI in Zambia.

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A discussion of the merits of Chinese FDI in Zambia.

 
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Does Fairtrade have more impact than conventional trade?

Does Fairtrade have more impact than conventional trade? | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it

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IB4.4 Fairtrade has its fans and critics. The simple idea is that monopsony power often suppresses the prices that poor farmers in LEDC's are paid for their primary commodities. Fairtrade is supposed to guarantee the consumer that previously exploited farmers will be paid a fair price for their work, although consumers will have to pay a premium, a sort of built-in tip for the farmer. Booth and Mohan acknowledge the benefits of such a scheme but argue that freer trade is the key to growth and development.

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Positive 2013 demand forecast for London| glObserver Global Economics

Positive 2013 demand forecast for London| glObserver Global Economics | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
market data to the hotel industry, in conjunction with Tourism Economics, is forecasting positive supply and request increase across London and regional U.K. in 2013.

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Lack of investment is stifling the global economy

Lack of investment is stifling the global economy | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
Mohamed El-Erian: If advanced economies are to prosper, it is necessary that the corporate sector's willingness to invest match its considerable wallet

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Six reasons for low business investment are advanced in this article - private sector capital spending is a key driver of growth - why have companies been reluctant to authorise investment projects despite an environment of low interest rates?

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Overseas aid 'good for donors too'

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Giving overseas aid brings significant strategic advantages to donor governments, says an international study.

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From Microfinance to Metafinance: A New Tool to Fight Global Poverty

From Microfinance to Metafinance: A New Tool to Fight Global Poverty | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it

The microfinance revolution created new ways for the world's poor to secure loans. But microfinance institutions normally don't have the capacity or authority to finance community-level infrastructure projects : that is metafinance !


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What does China own in Britain?

What does China own in Britain? | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
China has a lot of money to invest, but how much of it comes into Britain and what is it spent on?

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▶ NEWSNIGHT: 22 facts about the global economy - YouTube

Share your videos with friends, family, and the world

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Well worth a watch!!

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30 Most Innovative Countries in the World

30 Most Innovative Countries in the World | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
Successful innovation is a driving dynamic of competitive businesses and countries. Bloomberg Rankings recently examined 215 countries and sovereign regions to determine their innovation quotient.

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Eurozone crisis: Where are we now?

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BBC Breakfast looks back at which eurozone countries have recovered from the economic crisis - and considers the situation now.

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WTO salvages historic $1 trillion trade deal — RT Business - RT.com

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The World Trade Organization has formally approved a historic package of agreements after over a decade of negotiations.
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China to ease ‘one-child’ policy as part of sweeping reforms - FT.com

China to ease ‘one-child’ policy as part of sweeping reforms - FT.com | UNIT 4 | Scoop.it
China’s Communist Party has promised to loosen social controls including the decades-old “one-child” policy and phase out state-controlled prices in a broad range of industries as part of an aggressive push to shore up support for continued...
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