DATE: October-10-14 TO: Ian Fox FROM: Maitri Shah (643272) SUBJECT: Country Style getting closed Main Problem Country Style had been forced to close a quarter of its stores due to decreasing market share in an increasingly competitive Canadian market. Since then, it has opened many new stores and now ranks third behind Tim Horton and Starbucks in the Canadian coffee market. I believe, because of cut throat competition in Canadian market of coffee, Country Style is getting closed. This shows that people are more attracted towards other competitors due to many reasons such as: • Not so easy availability of store within certain areas • No celebrity to appeal and attract target audience Marketing Strategy of competitor
However, English outcry caused a divide between English and French Canadians which ran deep in Canadian politics subsequently included many issues. The most pressing issue which split English and French Canadians was conscription. Making most French Canadians reluctant to enlist. They felt Canada would best serve the Empire by shipping wheat and other commodities. Of the 619,636 soldiers that served in the armed forces only thirty five thousand were French Canadians.
Haguma said in a BBC article. Due to this decrease in agriculture, the economy took a direct hit since there was no source of income. Even years after, Rwanda is still affected by their economy, having a GDP of $20.32 billion as of 2015. Their GDP is significantly lower compared to the United States, which has a GDP of $17.97 trillion as of 2015. In addition to genocides having an impact on economy, they also have social effects like the use of child soldiers.
Those who lost their manufacturing job most of them didn’t become in power ever and that poverty continues from generation to generation. Poverty still exist in India. The British increased taxes, but there were less job areas. People worked hard in the British farms, but they earn less amount of money. The British wanted to make goods in cheap prices in India and sold it for higher prices in and outside of
An even more severe example comes throughout China where smog literally detriments quality of life and is a preventative factor in society. The Canadian government although they may be resisting indigenous desires they are not necessarily corrupt. As illustrated in Krugman and Why Poor Countries are Poor in places such as Africa who already are at disadvantage due to lack of natural resources, but there lies an immense amount of instability in areas like Douala (aka the armpit of Africa) has one of the most corrupt governments in the world and has little natural resources to enhance its status whatsoever or cameroon where the average citizen (is 8 times poorer than the average citizen of the world and almost 50 times poorer than the average american” thus exhibiting Krugman 's premise to be accurate. Opposed to places such as East Asia who since 1975 has on average increased its Real GDP per Capita by 6%. Within East Asia natural resources and a large investment in human capital (i.e.
Due to its poverty rate of 81.2% the average lifespan is 56 years old compared to America 's 78 years old. An important demographic for me is Togo 's lack of education. The adult literacy in Togo is under 60% and child labor is 30% of all labor. The lack of education is one reason why the poverty rate is so high. Religion is a big part of the culture, and they use it to cope with their poverty.
France was very poor before the revolution. The monarchy paid no taxes, there were three classes, Nobles, Clergy and the common man. Nobles were given large parcels of lands by the king and lived in big houses. The Church owned the most land in France, put taxes on crops. Commoners were the poorest, made to pay taxes and had nothing to eat.
Absolute monarchism was bad to France because they have just a little connection with the citizens of France and the government and that is the opposite of social contract. Other reason to the Russian Revolution to happen is the state system. The state system worked like that: the top ruler was the clergy that was just .05 percent of the population they were the catholic church. The second state were the nobles that were landowners the rich people that is 1.5 percent of the population, and finally, everyone else that didn’t command anything that we 're just normal poor french citizens that were made by 98 percent of the population. That is social
In 1949, China was just a country that mainly relied on agriculture, and technology was also relatively out of date. What’s worse was the following Great Famine, the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution. These events were all political decision miss and it was almost a disaster to China. To recover from the shock, China had to join the Economic Globalization and play a role as a “World’s factory” because of the population and land advantage. Since China didn’t have technology, low-skilled production and export was the only choice.
Furthermore, an average American Indian household living in Pine Ridge will take home about half the U.S. median, and this income is likely welfare allowing them to survive. Paths out of poverty are simply not present on Pine Ridge: job opportunities are scarce, and the unemployment rate is estimated to stand at 80%. Despite the extreme poverty of Pine Ridge, the federal government has been loath to support it for decades, and even that minimal help has been threatened by the current political climate of budget
It has come to the point where only top ten percent of Canadians see their wealth increase while the bottom ninety percent of the population wealth decreases each year. Poverty and wealth is difficult to measure in terms of geographic dimension. The pictures below demonstrate