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  • China Free Trade Essay

    Introduction Witnessing rapidly changing levels of growth and declines of a country’s economic standing, everyone has come to recognise China as the key influence in the world economy. China has experienced a remarkable amelioration in its capability of forming various trade agreements, foreign economic policies and its status as a global trader that should never be underestimated by any state actors. Bilateral and Plurilateral Agreements Since China acceded to the World Trade Organisation in…

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  • Cathay Pi Case Study

    and named it Cathay Pacific as “Cathay” was the ancient name of China and they believed they will fly across the pacific. “Gou Tai”, is the Mandarin name for the airline which derives from a Chinese idiom that means “Grand and Peaceful State”. The maiden voyage for Cathay Pacific was from Hong Kong to Manila by “Besty”, a Douglas DC-3 aircraft. Under the stewardship of these two men, Cathay Pacific had carried around 3,000 passengers and over 15 tons of cargo between the Asia and Australia…

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  • Barriers To Tourism Essay

    The World Tourism Organisation defines tourism as “a social, cultural and economic phenomenon which details the movement of people to countries or places outside their usual environment for personal or business/professional purposes”. Tourism is the world’s fastest growing sector; it is an industry that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Tourism provides 1 out of 11 people with jobs in the tourism sector. It is a diverse industry, offering a broad range of activities and travel. It…

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  • Pros And Cons Of The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)

    changed with the fluctuations of our economy over the past two centuries. One specific policy that has gained notoriety recently is The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a free-trade agreement over 10 years in the making among 11 nations across the globe. The TPP has the potential to further economic integration among the Western Hemisphere and the Asian-Pacific region, resulting in a major increase in economic gains across the globe (Kotschwar,…

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  • Non-European Immigration

    positive manner, with the immigration of refugees, asylum seekers and legal immigrants since the 1950s. The immigration of these individuals has enabled Australia to receive new skills and relations with other nations, particularly throughout the Asia-Pacific region, and create significant economic growth through the newly acquired demands for goods and services. During the 1950s, the immigration of Non-European citizens, had contributed to the growth issue focused on by politicians, for the…

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  • Lenovo EBG Case Study

    everyone had a wonderful year-end holiday. As 2016 is now in full swing, it is time to ramp up training for Lenovians. Get a low-down on our partners’ solutions, from Microsoft to Nutanix and IBM, and also insights from our own Alliance Director for Asia Pacific. After all, knowledge is king, especially in today’s fast-paced information age. What’s New All the info on Microsoft Solutions you will ever need Have you heard about the Microsoft & Lenovo Server OEM Sales Portal, which offers…

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  • Arthur Lykke National Security Strategy And China Case Study

    Security. Specifically, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the East Asia Summit (EAS) are used to promote, “regional support for international economic norms that are vital to maintaining it as an engine for global economic growth” (NSS, pg. 24). Concerning China, these events, and agreements like it, served two purposes. First, the TPP would have enhanced economic growth for its signatories (Jeffrey A. Bader, Brookings: Why the TPP is the linchpin of the Asia rebalance, July 28, 2015,…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Voluntary Euthanasia

    palliative care centers as alternatives to assist dying patients. Lastly, they claim that it is difficult to tell if assisted suicide is voluntary or insisted by others because those that are ill might feel as if they are burdening their caretakers ("Asia Pacific Economics Blog"). The Death with Dignity Act can also be controversial because the perception of dignity varies from person to person. Dr. Elizabeth Telfer writes in her essay, “dignity involves: not being dependent on other people or…

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  • Who Colonized America Research Paper

    Who colonized America? This is a debated topic in history by all historians. It is said that Native Americans from Asia were the first to migrate west to North America. What some Americans don’t understand are the small societies that make up the Native American people. These societies were much less complex than societies today, but nonetheless they had culture. Throughout modern day Canada, America, and Mexico hundreds of North American tribes resided. These were the first people to discover…

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  • Changi Airport Case Study

    1) Introduction (1 mark) - The management and operation of Changi airport - Its important role in Singapore economic development Changi management consists of a team that manages the operational needs of Changi Airport and the roles include ensuring effective operations, establishing robust safety and security measures, creating state-of-the-art facilities, providing delightful customer service and promoting innovative events in close partnership with various airport agencies and airlines.…

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