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    migration in part A. One point for each definition could have been awarded to the student. Sample 1 student did not receive a point for the definition of part A number one because the student solely focused on the financial well-being of specific countries rather than the unequal distribution of cultural, political and economic power. Spatial distribution should have been mentioned, a specific example of economical core-periphery does not substitute for the definition of core-periphery. The…

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    Sport is often known as the “forgotten right” as all too often sport is considered a luxury activity that is enjoyed only by more economically developed nations and those of the higher rungs of society. This is because sport is seen as a product of development, while its potential as a catalyst for development is overlooked. Broadly defined, sport is able to improve public health and improve the economy (later discussed). Sport is also capable of improving the education of children all around…

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    regional office and subsidiary in Douala, Cameroon in 2004 to cover all Francophone denominated businesses in Central Africa. Also, the head office in Lagos to serve as the regional office to covers business activities in the Anglophone West African countries. With the successful recapitalisation 2007 moving the equity based from N2 billion to N70 billion as required by the National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) regulator, CCR listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. The recapitalization changed…

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    internationalisation phenomenon of Nigerian firms. Amungo in Adeleye, White, and Boso (2016, pp. 69-91), “examining the factors influencing the international expansion of Nigerian banks” finds that Nigerian banks internationalisation is influenced by home country regulations and the domestic competitive pressure, managerial intentionality and risk diversification. Similarly, Boojihawon and Acholonu (2013) on the study of “the internationalisation of African banks” shows that the consolidation…

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    which regards to “the relationship between resource inputs and the resultant outputs” (Chan, n.d., p. 34). Health care is a compulsory part in the government’s development policy, each country inputs the suitable amount of health expenditure that base on the economy and social change. Among the four developed countries, the United States has input the highest amount of spending on health care system every year while Japan has spent the least on health care. According to Organisation for Economic…

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    domestic product compared to the other developed nations. Due to the larger per capita income, it spends a lot on the health care. The irony of this is also evident in the healthcare system. Despite being the nation with the highest gross domestic product, its healthcare has not been pleasant. It is considered to be among the nations which have poor quality healthcare when compared to the other industrialized nations. This paper will address the discrepancies…

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    Despite the many hardships they faced my parents were able to pull through. They first immigrated to Nigeria due to a job offer for my father, and then they lived all over east Africa. Because of this they were accustomed to living in a foreign country. They overall had an interesting immigration to Canada which I would like to share with you. My parents arrived in Canada on August, 15, 2001 at Toronto Pearson airport. Coming from an overcrowded city such as Mumbai, India they were surprise as…

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    interview and sensitive conversations that I conducted with four random Bhutanese refugee’s living in Queens County, New York, it suggests that to begin a new life in the world’s most developed nation like the United States must be a prideful and victorious for the refugees like Bhutanese, who were fleeing from their own country due to the fear of tortures and camp. However, starting over life in a totally new environment and with a zero balance and knowledge is not an easy. Refugees like…

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    inequalities manifest themselves in many ways, one of which ways is underdevelopment. Countries that are underdeveloped are be defined as: “a nation or sovereign state with a less developed industrial base and a low Human Development Index relative to other countries” (Wikipedia). These countries suffer because of this in all areas from education to technology and monetary concerns. It is a fact that there are countries who are classified as developing. There are many reasons for this…

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    Foreign Aid Financing

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    poor and developing nations around the world. The documentary demonstrates a broad range of challenges, but I will only highlight the ones I considered to be important. The foreign aid is not channeled through a unified system based a strategy developed on realistic understanding of problems on the ground. Each individual donor and the NGOs set their own plans and policies for the budget they earmarked to spend in Africa. Aid organizations prioritize donors' political and commercial interests…

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