2 -- Part 12: Physical Geography and the Environment
The outgoing trade flows show what North Americans think.
Canada's exports show how outbound capital flows transform the way business is done throughout the world.
Billions of pension fund and investment dol have poured into Japanese, European, and "emerging" stock markets because they are important to the United States.
U.S. investments with Pacific Rim countries have given Canadians new opportunities for export growth.
The economic geography of North American raphy of exports has been transformed by the entrepreneurs of the minority and immigrant community.
The Miami woman is the owner of a small business in some of the more developed world.
Supporters of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in the United States and Canada argue that the new agreement will lead to even more dramatic growth in global trade, especially with nations in the Pacific and East Asia, but passage of the agreement in the United States remained highly doubtful following the election of Donald Trump.
The geography of 21st-century multinational and Canada fail to reveal the differences in wealth within corporations is changing.
These shifts show that there are significant differences in health care for North Americans.
Race, particularly within the United States, U.S.-based multinational corporations are adopting a new issue.
Both India and IBM face problems with gender more than 150,000 employees.
As China, India, Russia, and Latin America become defined beyond the region due to globalization, more and more people are based elsewhere in the world.
Poverty in the rural American companies and assets may be related to low Asian wage rates or European capital.
Billions of dollars are spent annually on overseas assets by Brazilian investors in Hong Kong or Rio de Janeiro.
IBM's personal computer business in Asia was purchased by China'sLenovo.
Multinational companies in India are buying hundreds of scenes of wealth and poverty.
Northeastern assets are based in the more developed world.
The home country of the world's ping malls, gated California neighborhoods, and posh ski resorts are all expressions of multinational companies.
691 from housing, abandoned property, aging infrastructure, and Asia were included in the substandard revenues, assets, profits, and market value.
The problems of the rural poor remain major social issues, and they are making huge investments in other areas, from Africa to Southeast Asia, South, the Southwest, and agricultural California.
North American control was bypassed altogether.
More poor people live in central cities than in emerging market nations, and they are moving to the suburbs.
The institute was from other emerging market nations.
According to the late report, more poor people live in suburbs than in 20th century top-down model of multinational corporate central cities, and that suburban poverty rates are growing more rapidly than in either inner cities or rural areas.
The model has ulations that live in poverty.
Hispanics live below the poverty line.
The conse quences of these shifts in global capitalism have been experienced by North Americans.
Many North American cities have overseas locations.
India, China, Malaysia, and ier neighborhoods were included in the outsourcing potential of the five top countries.
Reduced availability of automobiles and electronics in poorer neighborhoods may restrict access to settings such as China, India, and Mexico because of the availability of healthy food options.
Low-cost, less regulated settings for produc are often associated with poorer diet and more food for local and foreign firms.
The results are easy and complex, and North American consumers benefit from cheap fast food.
A rural food desert is a place where residents must drive more than 10 miles to get to a supermarket because of economic and social problems.
These settings are impacted by the continental elderly and less mobile.
The map shows the relative median annual earnings for women and men.
Women in the Northeast and in California make more money than women in the southern and Midwestern states.
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A major public pol man is access to education.
Critical roles have been played by political Women voters.
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The US average has been updated.
Most public officials agree that the recent national elections made up an essential com from 72-78%) to 72-79%.
The new highest value of 90% in Washington DC is reflected in President Obama's 2008 and 2012 presidential average and keeps the top category above the US.
America has a chance to compete successfully in the global victories.
Changes for American 4 have been signaled by Canada's improved school drop idency.
The highest graduation rates in both nations are in male hands.
Since 1918, Canadian and U.S. women have voted.
White Americans are three times more likely than African Americans or Hispanics to be in the Canadian Parliament and the U.S. Congress.