Introduction The grape vine was introduced into North West India from Persia as early as 2500 BC. In post-Independence India (1947) - the Indian Constitution continued to discourage the consumption of alcoholic beverages and imports were severely disapproved. The mid-1970s saw all licensing including that of alcoholic beverages. The 1980s when the government started giving support to the development of vineyards (principally that of table grapes for export) subsequently many wine company were established. Wine not being originally part of Indian culture, consumption is comparatively low to other wine consuming countries but there is a great demand for wine in Indian markets cause of change in life style and westernization in recent years.
Over the past 30 years China has risen from the rubble, it has undergone a social, economic, political and environmental change so quickly that it astonishes the rest of the world. In the blink of an eye, it has become the manufacturing capital of the world. China has proven that it is possible to have a communist-capitalist government system. Although the transformation China has undergone is unbelievable, the country has also run into many problems along the way like overpopulation, environmental issues causing the economic growth is starting to slow down. China has had the largest ongoing migration in history, currently the government is planning to move 250 million people from farms to urban cities (New York Times).
Cui Baogui, a professor at Tsinghua University, ever said in an interview that the tightening grip of censors had affected the attraction of Chinese dramas. Also, in this interview, Zhu Chunyang, a researcher at the Journalism School of the Shanghai-based Fudan University mentions:“ [P]Few Chinese dramas arouse the interests of viewers outside China. Even Chinese viewers are fed up with the narrow-minded themes of the dramas.”(Liu,2007) The strict auditing system is be [del]to blame for the monotonous content like Counter-Japanese War or family ethics. Even the contents [if the content]are [is]positive, after watching for [del]many times, audience can easily get tired of them. What is worse, if a theme of drama becomes popular in China, many shooting companies will follow the trend.
China suffered from mounting overpopulation, which ignited peasant rebellions across the country during the nineteenth-century. Population growth was static during the first half of the 17th century due to civil wars and epidemics that occurred during the time period. Author of Alphahistory states, “In the 1800s, the high living standards of the previous century had contributed to the sharp increase in China’s population: it exceeded 300 million in 1750 but just a century later it rose to 400 million.” (QUOTE) Additionally, as the Europeans introduced foreign crops to China, the Chinese openly accepted them because of the benefit it had on the Chinese food supply. Due to foreign trade of a large number of crops, all available farmland was used up, forcing peasants to cram up in small spaces of land and more intensely worked plots. Emperor Qianlong made the statement, “The population continues to grow, but the land does not.” The only cultivatable land in the empire during the time was in Manchuria; however, because provinces of Jilin and Heilongjiang had been walled off, where only the Manchu, Mongols and Chinese banner men were allowed, the Han Chinese civilians were prohibited from entering.
World’s top wine tourism destinations: Wine tourism destinations are those destinations that fascinate the maximum number of tourists with their destination attributes. The following destinations below are the world’s best wine tourism destination. • USA • South Africa • Canada • Australia • New Zealand • Latin America • France • Italy Wine and Tourism: THE LINK Wine tourism has been a very significant and important component for both, the wine and tourism industries. Earlier for years, both the wine and tourism industry were intimately connected. It is now that this connection has been recognized by governments, researches and the industries themselves.
The intensity of rivalry for IKEA China was high which it has ceased the contracts with certain suppliers, and these suppliers are becoming honest competitors with IKEA. Moreover, as the high profits and the broad prospects for the development of China furniture industry, most of the foreign investors are attracted to enter this industry and it has an increasing number of furniture enterprises and growth the market competition. Furniture industry China has developed rapidly and there is a huge space for industry development. In brief, there are abundant of the overseas furniture enterprises actively invest factories in China that to an implementation of “to sell real estate”. Obviously, seen from the China domestic furniture sales market, domestic brands and international brands of competition are fierce.
The scandal which involved the company has been influencing the car market and the company has lost value and money that we could see the direct impact in the following table which shows the trend of VW’s stock which has had a dramatic decreased after the cheat emission: The company has cheating the emission tests by making its cars seems less pollution than they are which affects at least 11 million cars worldwide which are 5 models in particular: Jetta, Beetle, Audi A3,Golf and Passat. Certainly, this impact has influenced not just the financial markets but the reputation of company too.THE EXTERNAL ANALYSIS Automotive world market: The automotive market has considerably suffered from the 2008 crisis, including Western markets. But today the automotive world market was able to recover and automotive industry has-been enjoying a period of relatively strong growth and profitability. It has now caught up and exceeded the pre-crisis level. The sale of passenger cars continues to rise, reaching in 2013 more than 80 million cars sold
It is a city of China but stayed under British administration for hundred years (1897 - 1997) and handed over to China twenty years ago. Because of being a small city (2,754 km2) with a very high population density (7.393 million), Hong Kong government talk about their struggle to accommodate people coming into the city. Therefore, the city became a terrible place
Introduction: China’s reputation on the world stage, at least from the perspective of the West, has been intimidating as of late. Its growing physical and economic presence, as well as its label as a communist country, have caused decades of Western politicians to hyperbolize its trajectory into a sort of political domination. Although the speed of economic growth has slowed down for China, it is still a source of confusion and controversy because of its complicated political standing. As the country introduces a free market into a communist country, often by establishing specific zones to ease the transition and keep it regulated, China is introduced to a sort of political flux. In times of transition, rules become less clear, and corruption
The Chinese government raised the price of the food. Which means poor people couldn’t afford the price of the food, a lot of people got sick or died our of starvation. That is when people decided to leave China as a team and go sail to the sea and let the water guides to whichever island they are going to