Urban renewal involves the relocation of businesses, the demolition of structures, the relocation of people, and the use of eminent domain (government purchase of property for public purpose) as a legal instrument to take private property for city-initiated development projects. This process is also carried out in rural areas, referred to as village renewal, though it may not be exactly the same in practice. In some cases, renewal may result in urban sprawl and less congestion when areas of cities receive freeways and expressways. Urban renewal has been seen by proponents as an economic engine and a reform mechanism, and by critics as a mechanism for control. It may enhance existing communities, and in some cases result in the demolition of neighborhoods.
Development is an inevitable process in all human culture. Urbanization is also a kind of development, which can be measured by population density, specialized economic activities, and urban infrastructure etc.Pacione(2009)defined it as an increase in the proportion of the total population that lives in the urban area. The process may vary in the First and Second World. In this essay, we will discuss some major characteristics of urbanization process of the First World and Third World. Although Tomlinson(2003) pointed out that There is not a single clear definition of the "Third world", Pacione(2009) divided the definition of ' third world' into two senses, politically that refer to the countries not being the members of Soviet Union and
Thanks to this information, management Pho 24 has a clear direction for the upcoming store your will in any specific location. Economic development brings more opportunities for Pho 24 extended its network. Unlike in the early stages when diners are mostly foreigners, Pho 24 now there are many customers in the country. Looking back, Pho 24 has successfully built its network in urban areas with dense population density and more prosperous business. When higher income due to the economic development of those who do not have preferential conditions which even the ordinary workers also want the services of high quality cuisine.
It also means people shifting from rural to urban areas. Urbanization happens in all over the place in the world, and it brings both positive and negative effects on societies. Urbanization has become a common feature of Indian society. Growth of Industries has contributed to the growth of cities. Urbanization rate in India starts to accelerate after obtaining its independence from the British.
Urbanization is seen as an effect of the current globalization phenomenon, as people, through their view of urban centers as a rich source of employment and access to other economic activities, coupled with the fact that social amenities are available in urban areas as opposed to rural areas, continue to migrate to urban areas to access this facilities. Urbanization is defined as the continued proportional increase of an entire population which live in urban areas and the surrounding sub-urban areas. It is a function of population increase, which can occur through natural growth within the existing population and rural-urban or urban-urban migration. (Owuor,2012).Urbanization is greatly linked to industrialization which took place in the mid 18th century in parts of Europe and which many countries continue to experience. As industries continued to grow, there was emergence of towns due to concentration of labor in the industrial areas and the emerging needs for housing and other social amenities for the factory
Malaysia’s population has increased steadily due to the improvement and well-developed health care system, women status, literacy, modern infrastructure and having clean water and sanitation as well as many programs introduced to reduce the poverty in the country. Correspond to Malaysia’s rapid urbanization and development; the proportion of urban population has increased tremendously. Nowadays, more populations in Malaysia are moving to urban areas which results in an increase of demand for more houses, schools and employment. According to Department of Statistics (2017), urban areas are built-up areas that had at least 60percent of the population aged 15 years and above who are not engaged in agricultural activities. As explained earlier,
Rural urban migration is one of the important factors contributing to the population growth of cities. Age and skill selective out migration from the rural area have adverse effect on the rural demographic structure. It may have profound effects on the size, structure and growth patterns of populations. Migration has effects on both populations of the patterns of populations. Migration has effects on both population of the places that people leave & on the populations of those in which they settle.
According to Nathaniel Von Einsiedel (1992), the Philippines has been increasing population densities, turning rural areas into urban cities. With Metro Manila, being a 100% urban area, it continues to increase in population due to being the country’s premier urban center. The continuing increase in population aggravates the need for additional urban services. According to the study, the primary policy to control the urbanization of the country should be more of maintenance instead of construction of facilities because the increasing of such attracts more migrants, causing in turn, additional problems. Informal public transport modes, such as pedicabs and jeepneys, is a common sight in the Philippines and is known to play a major role in meeting the travel needs of the poor.
(Trade, Investment & Economic Cooperation Between China and Southeast Asia: The Case of MALAYSIA, 2004) All in all, the trade relations between Malaysia and China took place very rapidly, which can be seen the two countries are mutually need each other to meet their needs. It turns out trade relations between Malaysia and China is mutually beneficial to each other. Export and import activities between the two countries is increasing every year. Through rapid trade relations will further strengthen ties