Despite the fact that these migrant workers will increase the crime rate, however , it is important to take the big picture into consideration, this benefits from having cheap labor force clearly outweighed the negative consequences of migrant workers . This is because the influence of a country mostly depends on the economic development. To conclude, it seems that the effect of migrant workers is more positive than disadvantages. Although migrant worker might raise social unstable factors and increase the crime rate , the Cheap labor force would help to boost the economy since host country does
Exports will also potentially bring stability to otherwise fluctuating market demands. Because of these reasons, local and national government are attracted to exports because their local businesses can gain a share in the global market. Conclusion Morgan Motors and Wadia are just two examples of companies that would not survive with exporting. There are many benefits to exporting such as increasing sales and profits, reducing the risks of being bound only to the domestic market, balancing growth across multiple markets, and potentially lowering unit costs, and possibly achieving economies to scale. Therefore, these types of companies choose to export for these reasons as well as for gaining the continued ability to survive in the
This is often due to the lack of economic opportunities in rural areas. Jobs and other sources of income are often very limited in rural areas. The lack of financial incentives often forces agricultural communities to abandon their farms in search of higher paying jobs in the city. Moreover, because of the globalization of the economy, certain governments may drop subsidy to certain local agricultural activities in favor of cheaper imports. This further puts a financial burden of rural communities who see their agricultural activities slowly disappear in favor of cheaper imports from China, South America or the like.
However few families provide water that has hazardous supplements in them that can be highly dangerous to a human 's body. Poor communities don 't have access to health facilities, it is hard for them to live a healthy lifestyle when their resources such as water and air are contaminated. Common diseases that are linked with land degradation are diarrhea, hepatitis, and malaria. As well as chronic respiratory diseases (Edward). Over 90 percent of the population lives in areas where air pollution exceeds the health organization limits.
A sound example is presented by Suchanek (2000) who indicates that the portion of the population living below the poverty line increase while the tourist industry expanded. Therefore, the main issue the governments in developed countries that promote tourism have to solve is how to make the money earned by the industry remain in the destination economy. According to the UNWTO (1995) the main causes for leakage include import of material, equipment and non-durable goods, repatriation of profits by foreign companies, repatriation of income by expats, interests paid for foreign loans and marketing expenses abroad. Therefore, much effort is put by the local
For the study by Nowjee (2012) found that a 1% increase in tourism arrival contributes to a development in economic growth and vice-versa in Mauritius. Tourism arrival can be improved by devaluating the Mauritian currency as a negative relationship between tourism arrival and real effective exchange rate is found. Tourist expenditure also contribute to the balance of expenses through foreign exchange incomes which generated from tourism arrival and can endure for a significant income source for a national economic structure (Nowjee, 2012). To offsetting current account deficits and negative balance of payments, foreign exchange revenues from the tourism sector aid to make incomes. The purchasing power that increased by valuable currency like the US Dollar or Euro and tourism arrival will brings a positive result to the fiscal balance as the government collects more tax profits.
Decision making processes of potential tourists and level of satisfaction regarding tourists experience are greatly affected by the tourist’s destination image therefore tourist’s destination images plays a significant role. Aaker suggested in his article that in the tourist destination choice process, the image of destination area is critical factor. In tourism the mere extension of the image in the mind of tourist is more important than true representation of the image of any given location or region. Aaker stated in his article that the image perception can largely be inaccurate about a foreign and its people. However, as action proceeds on the basis of subjective reality therefore, probing destination image is an immensely important exercise.
Among the causes of rural poverty are a decline in the productivity and profitability of farming, smaller farm sizes and unsustainable practices that have led to deforestation and depleted fishing waters. Rural areas lag behind in economic growth and they have higher underemployment. This is partly because poor people have little access to productive assets and business opportunities. They have few non-farm income-generating activities, and people lack access to microfinance services and affordable credit. Some vulnerable groups also face specific problems.
According to definition of vicious circle of poverty a country remains poor because their income level remains low because of which there are low investments and saving and hence deficiency of capital. This circle continues forever. When there is low investment the productivity is compromised and so again the income level is reduced. Moreover the balance between imports
Tourism is a catalyst for social and economic development. Well-planned tourism leads to benefits for the country. If tourism development is planned unprofessionally, the country will invest in tourism more than income from it. In order that the tourism industry to become profitable, it needs to organize the production and sale of high-quality tourist products and services based on the needs of