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    Developing countries can benefit a lot from multinational corporations. On the other hand with many benefits there are lot disadvantages related to ethical conducts that exploit hidden agenda of the developing nation. FDI (foreign direct investment) have been observed to be imperative in the financial advancement of the host nations, and pivotal in building mechanical capacities of local organisations in developing nations viewpoints (Keller, 2010). For the global dispersal it is a channel of innovation

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    better future for themselves along with everyone else. “If all girls received 12-year education then low and middle-income countries could add $92 billion per year to their economies.” (Malala Fund). Education empowers girls, so they can build a life for themselves by getting a good job and not having to rely on others or live in harsh poverty for their entire life. Developing countries most often lack opportunity for girls to attend school. Even when school buildings are present, boys are favored to receive

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    Throughout many poor and developing countries, it is traditional for men to earn income and money for their families, while women are responsible for caring for their children or elderly parents. However, it can be a struggle for these families to pay for school for their children, or even basic necessities such as food and clothes, due to their limited income. Microcredit organizations are working to help poverty stricken families such as these by lending small amounts of money to women. The

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    Tibet: Developing Country

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    Developing Country (area) profile——Tibet 1. Basic information: Tibet is part of China as a municipality province. It locates in the southwest frontier of China, with a total area of about 1.2M square kilometers, accounting for 1/8 of the mainland. Tibet is surrounded by the Himalaya mountains, Kunlun Mountains and the Tangela mountains. The average elevation of Tibet is 4000 meters, known as the "roof of the world". It is the largest and tallest plateau in the world. The population of agriculture

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    Swaziland but rather stable trends in the use of cocaine and amphetamine-type stimulants-ATS (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, 2011). This shows that there is an enormous unmet need for drug abuse prevention, treatment, care and support in developing

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    development in technology, especially in transportation and media, trade and communication has increased rapidly among countries. This trend is called globalization. Generally speaking, globalization has its own advantages and disadvantages. The development in international trade and communication has created employment and opportunities for millions of people, but it has also made poor countries poorer. In my opinion, globalization has both positive and negative aspects. First of all, the most obvious advantage

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    Introduction Poverty is a worldwide issue. All the nations around the globe face the issue of poverty, yet there are a few nations which are poorer than others like the developing nations in Africa, Asia and Latin America. The poorest person in a developed country may be better off than an average citizen of many developing countries. The defination of poverty differs in different regions around the globe. As indicated by the United Nations' Human Development Report 1996, the average per capita income

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    Human development standards of a country give economic and social development of its society as whole, which may influence by healthy internal and external affairs. Currently, some states encounter challenges of domestic unrest in the form of civil wars or domestic conflicts, religious issues as experienced by Israel and Palestine, and ethnic cleansing like genocide problems. Among them human smuggling, human trafficking, irregular movement of persons, migrant workers, boat people and asylum seekers

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    international markets for all countries, but also aggravates the competition among countries for market and resources. Economic globalization is an inevitable result of the development that no country can evade. In this paper, we will discuss that economic globalization is beneficial or not to developing countries. Economic globalization has provided

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    is created to bring an end to poverty, conflicts and other difficulties that poor-developed countries are enabled to solve it. Everything is not about money, but it is about power, political view or group society. In many well-developed countries, corruption and political control are being reviewed by the UN and other governance, because they could be penalized or have sanctions. In a less-developed country that are already being helped with foreign aid, the governance and other aid programs must

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    The Pros And Cons Of Tncs

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    Transnational companies often do not take ethical and social considerations when manipulating and influencing the governments of the countries in which they have operations in, often leading these governments to make decisions that are not in the best interest of the people of those countries and thus undermining democracy in those countries. Since they are only pursuing their self-interest and nothing more, what is needed is an outside force that has the capacity and authority to limit the actions

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    Economic Inequality

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    compared across countries. Relative poverty is an income inequality measure whereby an arbitrary income level is set as the level below which people in the particular country are considered to be poor. When analyzing income inequality, there are two main categories which may seem similar but in reality have very different meanings. The first one is the income inequality within a country which is usually measured with the Gini Index. The second one is the income inequality between countries which is measured

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    market economy, which promoted a self-enrichment of developed nations against the developing countries in several ways; The relationship between the corporate organizations and the policies of the world bank, International Monetary fund ( IMF) and World Trade organization ( WTO), which were constantly influenced by capitalist states and led to the transfer of investments from developed economies to developing countries that have very weak laws. These corporations end up exploiting the poor people by

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    to development in this region are tourism and real estate development. Although tourism is rapidly developing, there are concerns about the type of development that is happening. Costa Rica has long been known for its eco-tourism (sustainable tourism) a tourism that is more beneficial for Costa Rica and protects the environment. On the Pacific Coast, residential tourism has been rapidly developing. Residential tourism (all-inclusive resort and vacation home development) as well as cruise tourism

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    others. Globalized companies take advantage of the cheaper labor costs when issuing their factories in countries such as Bangladeshi, Malaysia, and Thailand. Though child labor, low worker pay and poor working conditions are part of these sweatshops, economically, they may be helping the country for the future. So what is the ethical decision for a corporation who maintains factories in other countries? There are two main arguments debated regarding sweatshops:

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    Immigrant Care Workers

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    / transnationalisation of care workers is an outcome of historical and bilateral relations between countries that has had historical relations, neoliberal policies of developed nations, forcing economically weaker nations to depend on wealthier nations for their remittances to contribute to the sending countries as a form of tokenism wrapped with power and

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    Research Process: My exploratory essay was originally going to focus solely on education for girls in developing countries. I chose this topic because my grandmother was born in Guatemala, and her highest level of education she received was an 8th grade level of education. I additionally heard about girls being prevented from having access to education in the news and this intrigued my curiosity to learn more about why. With the help of EBSCOhost Online Research Databases to find scholarly, peer-reviewed

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    The stolen justice Whipping. Beating. Stoning. No education. No playing sports. No laughing loudly. Basically, women are banned from being a normal human being. Let’s not judge Afghanistan by its country but instead, by the actions of some of their people. Is it fair for women in Afghanistan? Before the Taliban’s regime, women had more rights and freedoms, and they were surrounded with modern culture and influences. They were able to go to school, learn together with boys and had the right to work

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    Globalization is the process of transformation of the whole world into the global village, and it means that the borders of countries are open to reciprocal integration and connection. All governmental systems in both developed and developing countries were under the influence of various globalization processes. Regarding education, it is considered that developing countries felt significant impact of the globalization processes in the last 40 years. Globalization and education are considered as an

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    As the saying goes, “there are two sides of a coin.” In the same way that globalization can be a boom for international trade; it can also have devastating effects. This essay highlights the benefits and adverse effects of globalization in the Pacific. It will also discuss how the government has adopted policies and trade agreements to keep up with the accelerated pace of globalization and how we the people of the pacific can deal with the biggest threat to our region which is “global warming” and

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