The cotton pants appealed to older customers, whose expanding waistlines didn't fit into traditional jeans any more. Sales of Dockers alone came to $1 billion by 1994, and Dockers represented almost 30 percent of Levi's domestic sales. However, this was only one part of the success of the newly private company. CEO Haas, along with Thomas Tusher, head of Levi's foreign operations, transformed the company's overseas markets. In the 1980s, Levi's had diversified its product in Europe into dozens of unrelated lines.
For example in Algeria infant mortality among white settlers was 39 per 1,000 live births and 170 per 1000 live births among Algerians living in towns. This shows that the social services were geared towards the well-being of white settlers. Another example is Nigeria, where they were 34 beds for half-a- million blacks. This situation recurred in other areas in Africa. In total, 4,000 Europeans had 12 modern hospitals while 42 million Africans had 52 hospitals.
As we approach the 18th century what becomes apparent is how the scale of slave trade expands, prior to 1670, 10,000 slaves had been supplied to North America but in the period 1670-1807, it has been estimated that 3.4m slaves had been supplied, this is due to the French and the Dutch involvement in the trade in the 18th century (Wood, 1997). These number however do not show deaths during transit, with this considered it can be estimated that 10-12 million slaves had been transported in this period. Slave labour,
Society and culture shapes human sexuality that is what is interesting to sociologists. There are several levels in societal influences as well on human sexuality which includes macro levels, society as a whole and ethnic groups which could have the impact of one’s sexuality. Social institutions are influenced by social institution, religion, economy, family, medicine also law. Each institution supports “sexual ideology, or discourse, also sexual activity”. Important part of Americans life is religion.
Between 1974 and 1976, there was a little inflation of oil prices from $51.76 to $50.44 / barrel. After last quarter of year 1976, the crude oil price rose to $57.03 / barrel and $57.37 / barrel in year 1977. After 1 year later, the price slightly dropped to $51.74 / barrel. At year 1980, the price reached a peak, $116.05 / barrel and it was a highest price within 4 decades. After 2nd quarter of 1980, there was a significant wave in oil prices and declined to $67.26 / barrel in 1985, which was 50% fall within 5 years.
In the tier of Domestic competitors, the competitiveness of domestic wine producer is becoming weaker and weaker. In 2002, there were 95% domestic wine in The Chinese wine market, but in 2013, the market share of domestic wine decreased to 75%. Especially in 1st tier cities, like Shang Hai wine market, 50% of wines are imported wines. In the tier of Country-of-origin competitors, French wine has an absolute competiveness (Table 5). But nowadays, wines from new world are become more and more popular, to which we should take attention.
In 2016, over 106,958 crimes against children were recorded, including murder, physical assault and rape. 75% of India’s population earn less than 5,000 Indian rupees a month, that is 78 American dollars. A person has to physically look to find this information because globalization has covered it with the festival of colours, or Holi, and tours of natural sights away from the overpopulated cities and towns. While some would argue that globalization is the reason these problems are known to some, one could counteract that by asking why globalization hasn’t done anything to stop it. People want to see India, but not the india where less than 5% of people pay income tax, they want Henna on their hands and feet and to swim in the Indian Ocean.
Introduction. Ecuador has a long migratory history and it is possible to distinguish two migratory processes very marked and different at the same time. The first migratory process in Ecuador occurred around the 70's and 80's in which inhabitants of the provinces of Azuay and Cañar mainly had a constant migratory process in time, basically produced by the bankruptcy of the straw hats trade on which they based their economy. The preferred destination was the United States, New York City, becoming the eighth largest Hispanic / Latino group and the second South American nationality after Colombia. This exodus of Ecuadorians made New York the third city with more Ecuadorians in the world, after Guayaquil and Quito.
Number of population residing in urban areas has increased from 2.58 crores in 1901 to 28.53 crores in 2001. Only28% of population was living in urban areas as per 2001 census. Over the years there has been continuous concentration of population in class I towns. On the contrary the concentration of population in medium and small towns either fluctuated or declined. The graduation of number of urban centers from lower population size categories to class I cities has resulted top heavy structure of urban population in India.
The share of installed capacity of energy inefficient process plant had slowly decreased from 94% to 61% in 1960 till 1980 and there after as a result of quantum jump n production capacities through modern dry process plants as well as conversion of wet process has been reduced to just 5% today. India is the second largest cement producer in the world after China. The present installed capacity of 119 million tones per annum is distributed over 113 large size plant and over 300 mini cement plants. The cement production raised from a mere 22.54 million tones per annum in 1982 to 95 million tones per annum by 2001, registered more than 200% growth. “Economy builds the nation and industry builds the Economy” Of the many industries influencing the growth of the economy, cement industry has occupied a relevant position, which it deserves.