A statistic shows that China had 4.09% of people in China was unemployed in 2014. If the unemployment rate is high, it will cause that country become dangerous, because it will cause crime, such as theft, doing the illegal things and others that are dangerous. According to Xin Hua News (2015), more than 168,000 narcotic-crime suspect was arrested by police in 2014. There had about 70 tonnes of drugs, including 25.9 tonnes of methamphetamine and 9.3 tonnes of heroin. Unemployment will cause lower salaries because more workers but less jobs, so the people that cannot find a job in China they will find a job in other countries.
It has greatly affected Native Hawaiians more than others. In a 2016 report from HOPE Services Hawaii, an organization dedicated to help decrease homelessness in Hawaii, 33% of Hawaii’s homeless are of Native Hawaiian ethnicity. Prices in food, activities, and homes have increased to meet the growing tourism. Due to this, many Native Hawaiians are evicted from their homes, because they are not able to pay for their housing. Most Native Hawaiians no longer buy homes due to the growing of cost for housing having to keep up with the tourism; “only 2% of homebuyers… majority are wealthy out-of-state speculators”(Matsuoka & Kelly).
Another problem in China is corruption. According Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), china stat is positioned 72 among all 179 countries in 2008 (Transaprency.org, 2015). The damage caused by corruption can have serious effects, affecting banking, finance, government procurement, construction and especially for economic development. The year 2008 saw an exponential growth of middle-class and that aggravated the gap between urban and rural population. China changed its approach towards new product; especially form the West, based on new lifestyles and trends.
China, considered as one of the miracles in rapid economic growth in the past three decades, has shown the world its enormous potential in economic development and has been able to bring millions and millions of people out of poverty. Nevertheless, China still faces a lot of issues during the development: The huge income inequality gap not only exists when comparing rural and urban China, but also can be commonly seen regionally, especially between the east and the west. The environmental damage is also a tough issue for China to maintain sustainable development. To explain the status of China’s current development, I will focus on the theoretical frames that incorporate the structure of the international system as well as the domestic institutions.
The most harmful effect by far is the way in tourism encourages in-migration. The definition of in-migration is to move or settle into a different areas of one’s country or home territory (Harper, 2010). “From July 2012 to June 2013, 463,000 international immigrants have arrived in Wales.” Nash (2014) describes large amounts of immigrants that have come to Wales to live here and start their own life and business in Wales compared to where they were originally. According to Philips (2014) respondents welcomed the economic and employment benefits of tourism, but also had strong reservations regarding the social and cultural disadvantages. This sadly affects the tourism sector because this sector highly depends on the social and cultural advantages not
Tourism is the income of people from one place to another place for vacation, but it can also be for business or entertainment. Tourism can either be international or domestic. Tourism has an influence on any country, either it’s for a positive impact or a negative impact. An example one might consider includes that the tourism in that individual country could possibly increase the income and positively improve the economic aspect of the country, but tourism can also negatively impact the environment. Tourism can also affect the population living in the country due to the amount of tourism which furthers the idea of more jobs need to be created for the new tourists.
In general, it is hard for foreign companies to establish themselves in the Asian market, especially in China, because of the strong cultural background. It will not work out well for a foreign company to adapt its marketing model to the Chinese market. Marketing models such as direct marketing of the brand, which works well in the American market, is likely to fail in the Chinese market. Although Groupon has spent millions into marketing its brand on the Chinese market, the Chinese customers were not ready to see the brand’s products being better as the one of its competitors. Chinese customers are less likely to be loyal to any brand due to their low levels of indulgence.
It may a concern for many people those who are visiting Northern Ireland because of the ongoing very delicate political situation. This has influenced the tourism industry and in this manner this inn as well. By law, compensations were brought down however working hours were not, so this leaves the representatives disappointed. This might be a genuine variable so the nature of the inn's administration may lower and leave clients unsatisfied. Also, as the business is not all that gainful as it utilized to be, the inn's premises can't be overhauled to satisfy the clients present day needs.
The number of car ownership is rapid increasing from 1993 to now. However, China has much lower emission standards for the vehicle, the MEP said that 7.8 percent of the cars on the roads do not meet even the current minimum national emission standards. In addition, the container ship emission, indoor air pollution, and fireworks also are sources of the air pollution. The air pollution has lots of impact for the society and each Chinese people. It will increase the economic costs of air pollution, the Chinese Academy of Environmental Planning estimated the cost for the pollution and damage to the ecosystem increased to USD 230 billion in 2010, which is 3.5 percent of the GDP.
The expenditures spent by the tourists, the import and export of the related goods generate income to the national economy and can further stimulate the investment necessary to finance growth in other economic sectors of country. Some of the countries such as Bhutan seek to accelerate the finance growth by requiring the visitors to pay certain amount of foreign currency per day of their stay and it is not refundable. For some of the regions or countries, tourism is an important source of their welfare as it is the main source. If the country is a remote island, the way to build up the country economy is mainly dependent on their tourism industrial. According to the World Travel & Tourism Council on year 2012, the country that ranked first in the top tourism-dependent countries is Macau, which is an island on the western side of Pearl River Delta, China.
(Meyerson, 2012) For the past decade, the growth of global markets has caused the bond of the economy and America 's largest corporations to decline/fallen short. According to Harold, in 2001 thirty-two percent of the revenues of the S&P 500 came from abroad. And, by 08, the figure had increased by 48 percent, as the growing middle classes of nations such as China, Mexico, and Brazil began purchasing more. According to the article, with the growth of markets abroad, the companies can afford to be less concerned with maintaining the purchasing power of consumers. (Meyerson, 2012)
“Puerto Rico’s Economy and it’s Affect on the People” Although Puerto Rico had been one of the most progressive economies in the Caribbean region, today they face major economic turmoil. Concerns regarding the sustainability of Puerto Rico’s public finances have heightened over the past year, despite all of the measures that have been taken by the island’s government to reduce spending and increasing revenues. The debt in Puerto Rico has had a huge effect on the Puerto Rican population. The taxes have increased severely, unemployment rates are low, and many people are migrating to the mainland. In 1898 Puerto Rico became a U.S territory , when it was acquired from Spain after the Spanish-American War.
The topic of Immigration has become an issue met with much trepidation due to bias media propaganda. However, local economies stand to gain dividends as a number of immigrants increase over the next ten years. The rise of immigrant workers has caused the natives to become doubtful of future job opportunities. Meanwhile, city officials, as well as business owners, see the positive impact an immigrant workforce can have on a region, specifically metropolitan regions. “Midwestern metropolitan areas have experienced a decline in native workers by 3.3 percent” (Brunswick, 2014) however, the influx of immigrant workers have tripled in the last decade.