Country Comparison

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Country Comparison In today’s world it is important to understand the global market. In order to do that you must do your research and learn about the country you are considering entering. It is important to learn about the area and market prior to completing any business in that market. There are several areas that will assist you in deciding whether or not your product or service will be successful in that country. In this paper you will learn how Australia, Brazil, Hungary, and Kenya compare to each other in the following areas; education, government, health, infrastructure, labor, and people. According to globalEDGE the adult literacy rate, which includes anyone age 15 and above Kenya has the lowest percentage at 87.381 percent out …show more content…
Brazil is slightly higher with 23,162,259 subscriptions. Australia has the second highest amount of subscribers with 2,348,600. Hungary leads the way with 2,716,392 subscriptions to fixed broadband. As far as internet users Brazil leads the way with a massive 79,245,740.055 users. Kenya has the second highest amount with 11,650,723.84 internet users. Hungary leads the way in front of Australia with 6,516,325.092, but Australia is close behind with 6,102,179.188 internet users.
The labor force in Brazil surpasses every other country in this comparison by millions. Brazil’s labor force is 108,384,636, Kenya has the next highest at 16,968,667. Australia and Hungary are almost tied, separated by only around forty thousand. Australia leads Hungary with 4,429,888 and Hungary follows closely with 4,388,159. Hungary’s unemployment is the highest at 10.2 percent. Kenya is not far behind with a 9.2 percent unemployment rate. Brazil comes in next with 5.9 percent, while Australia has the lowest unemployment rate with 4.9
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Kenya comes in second with a population of 44,863,583. Australia is third with 23,490,736 people, and Hungary has the lowest population of 9,861,673. The urban population growth annually in each country is as follows; Hungary has the lowest with 0.341, Brazil is next with 1.194, then Australia with 1.718. Kenya has the highest annual urban population growth at 4.313. Australia leads the way in the total urban population with 89.289 percent. Brazil is not far behind with 85.433 percent, followed by Hungary with 70.771 percent. Kenya has the lowest total urban population with only 25.197

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