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...Chile: From populism to Democratic Socialism Populism is a system which is characterized by paternalistic and personalistic, which often depend on top bottom mobilization as well as charismatic leadership. (Lederman, Daniel, 24) By the end of 1980s, there was some fear that there would be unleashing of populism. This propagated fear that populism would result into destabilization as well as increase in inflationary campaigns directed towards mass mobilization and redistribution. These fears however were never realized since populism failed to take place in Chile. Much as there were attempt to have populism in Chile, the system failed mostly because of failure of the charismatic aspect... of...
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Fundacin Chile
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...Chile Fundacin Chile is one of the leading non-profit s, created in 1976 through an agreement between the Government of Chile andITT Corporation. At the beginning of the new millennium, Chile was positioned as one of the leading economies of Latin America, coming closer and closer to joining the exclusive group of rich industrial nations. Fundacin Chile was a leading reference point for Latin-American public policy. The foundation had been a leading institution in the area of the social and economic development, bridging the public and private. Its mission is to add economic value to Chile's products and services by promoting innovation and technology transfer activities, management... Fundacin Chile...
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Chile and copper mining
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...Chile and Copper Mining Introduction Chile has recently been on the headlines due to its copper mining disaster. This disaster has brought this country to the spotlight – highlighting its history and its economic status amidst the current global economic crisis. This paper shall discuss Chile as a country and its copper mining industry. This paper is being undertaken in the hope of gaining a comprehensive and academic understanding of Chile as a state. Discussion Chile is located in South America and is one of the continent’s most prosperous countries1. Throughout the years, it has not encountered...
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Home depot in chile
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...Chile Home Depot’s strategy in Chile—international strategy When wanting to expand their operations into new countries, the organization need to optimally study the foreign market, its culture, social conditions, target customer behavior, etc, etc. By aptly studying all these factors only, organizations can come up with entry and other operational strategies. Formulation of apt operational strategies beforehand is the key because it only enables the organization to market and sell its products or services successfully. Home Depot adopted the international strategy, when it entered the Chilean market in 1998. As part of that strategy, it tried to implement the same practices... and marketing...
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Chile: Should Governments Change
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...Chile and the Socialism of President Salvador Allende. The discontent of the two culminated to a coup d’etat, which was under the mantle of the Chilean military and endorsed by the United States government (Torcal and Mainwaring 57). Augusto Pinochet was the commander in chief of the armed forces at the time the coup was taking place. Before the fateful events of 1973, Chile prided itself as a country full of democracy and good constitutional practice (Silva 390). Unlike most... ? The Chilean 1973 coup d’etat will remain in the history books. The coup was an event exacerbated by Cold War. It followed as an after event of political and social unrest that existed between the conservative Congress of Chile...
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Inequalities in Chile
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...Chile Table of Contents 0Introduction 3 2.0Income Inequality 5 3.0Education Inequalities 8 4.0Critical Reflection 10 5.0Conclusion 11 References 11 1.0Introduction 3 2.0Income Inequality 5 3.0Education Inequalities 8 4.0Critical Reflection 10 5.0Conclusion 11 References 11 1.0 Introduction Many emerging economies today are trying all they can to grow their economy. Their role in ensuring the same may well go beyond into the future with a view to making the economy great as well as rising the living standards of the citizenry. Lately, there have been emerging trends in the world that have necessitated a close scrutiny in order to unravel the reasons behind them and their relationship... ? Inequalities in...
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South Africa and Chile
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...Chile A Comparative Analysis of Two Emergent Democracies And The Influence of Civil Society Organizations and Human Rights on Democracy ________________________________________________________________________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for Degree Master of Arts Spring, 2007 CONTENTS Abbreviations i Abstract ii Chapter-1 Introduction 1.1 Background of Study 1.2 Objective of the Study 1.3 Rationale of Study 1.4 Research Hypothesis 1.5 Summary of Remaining Chapters 1.6 Research Methodology Chapter-2 Elements of Democracy 2.1 Theoretical Framework... Functioning of Democratic Governments South Africa vs. Chile A...
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Chile Earthquake Of 1960
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...Chile Earthquake Of 1960 Introduction. In 1960, Chile recorded the largest earthquake in the 20th century on May 22, 1960 to 6 June. It originated from the Southern Chile coast and resulted to massive problems and fatalities in the country as the result of tsunamis that it created, in distant areas in Pacific coastal areas. The resulting tsunami affected Southern Chile, Japan, Hawaii, southeast Australia, the Philippines, the Aleutian Islands and eastern New Zealand (U.S. Geological Survey 4). The earthquake struck at 7.11 PM around 160 kilometers off the Chile’s coast and paralleled to Valdivia city. It...
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The Electricity Reforms in Chile
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...Chile Introduction Among all countries in the world, Chile has the most complete and longest running electri restructuring program in the world. Reforms were initially introduced in 1978 when the National Energy Commission was set up. The 1982 Electricity Act is up to now the most vital law regulating the present organization of the sector. Privatization on a massive scale started in 1986. Electricity reforms program in Chile has been recognized as a very productive instance of electricity reforms among all developing countries in the world and an example that other countries can take a cue from1. During the late 1970s and early 1980s most of the earlier nationalized firms... The Electri Reforms in...
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Comparison between Chile- Haiti Earthquakes
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...Chile earthquakes in Introduction An earthquake is a natural occurrence that takes place when an oceanic plate collides with the land plates thus causing an impulse. The resulting impulse between the two plates is always of a higher magnitude. It is this nature of earthquake’s higher magnitude that always causes the distractions of even stronger things including buildings, vehicles, heavy machinery among others. Earthquakes have mostly been experienced in most of Latin American countries compared to other continents. Some of these countries include Haiti and Chile. These two countries experienced what has been said to be two of the greatest earthquakes among other... Comparison between Haiti and Chile...
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Financial and Banking System of Chile
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...Chile Geography The country Chile is a country located in the Latin America. It is situated south of Peru and west of Bolivia and Argentina as shown in the figure 1. The country fills a narrow strip of 2,880 miles (4506 km). The country is located in between the Andes and Pacific. The country’s 1/3 rd area is covered by the towering ranges of Andes. To the north of the country is the driest place of the earth that is Atacama Desert. In the centre of the country is a 700 mile (1127 km) long that is a thickly populated valley. The valley contains Chile’s most arable land. Towards the south of the country and at the southern tip of the country’s mainland is located... Financial and Banking System of Chile...
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Emergent Democracies of South Africa and Chile
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...Chile A Comparative Analysis of Two Emergent Democracies And The Influence of Civil Society Organizations and Human Rights on Democracy ________________________________________________________________________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for Degree Master of Arts Spring, 2007 CONTENTS Abbreviations i Abstract ii Chapter-1 Introduction 1.1 Background of Study 1.2 Objective of the Study 1.3 Rationale of Study 1.4 Research Hypothesis 1.5 Summary of Remaining Chapters 1.6 Research Methodology Chapter-2 Elements of Democracy 2.1 Theoretical... Functioning of Democratic Governments South Africa vs. Chile ...
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Market Entry Project for CVS in Chile
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...Chile (as a Joint Venture) Introduction Our focus is laid on introducing an integrated pharmacy service provider to a potential foreign market. The purpose of the business is dedicated to selling prescription drugs as well as a wide range of general merchandise including over-the-counter drugs, beauty products and cosmetics, film and photo finishing services, seasonal merchandise, greeting cards and convenience foods. Along with this comes an online shopping portal, which also features an online prescription fulfillment system. The target market for CVS Pharmacy stores consists majorly of women (16-64) and people with medical needs. The countries in consideration... Market Entry Project for CVS in Chile ...
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Good Governance in Chile and Argentina
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...Chile and Argentina Introduction Good governance has become a key phrase when discussing the developing nations of the world. For governmental and non-governmental actors alike an analysis of good government is critical in aid and development programs as well as with foreign investment. Developing countries considered to have established and maintained good governance are seen to offer more favourable prospects by various institutions, whether they are the World Bank, small Non-Governmental organisations or multinational conglomerates. Whether these organisations are investing in or aiding a developing country signs of good governance is seen to make these processes easier, more... Good Governance in...
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Earthquake in Chile on economic growth
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...Chile’s Earthquake: Counting the Cost,” seeks to assess the economic distress levied on the Chilean economy by the recent earthquake in that country. On February 27th 2010 an earthquake struck in Chile that hit 8.8 on the Richter scale. Though the capital of Santiago was for the most part left undamaged, other regions such as Maule and Bio-Bio experienced widespread and massive damage. Approximately 800 people, according to the Chilean government, died as a result of this destructive act of nature. Myriad tidal waves, following the earthquake, struck many other villages and towns and victimized “fisherman and farm workers…as well as campers... and backpackers (Chile...
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GEOGRAPHY - Comparison of Two Latin American Nations -CHILE and ARGENTINA
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...CHILE and ARGENTINA A developed nation is one that has a high GDP per capita. When we compare Chile and Argentina, it can be noted that the per capita GDP of Argentina is higher ($13,100) than that of Chile ($11,300). The standard of living is another way to measure the development and it refers to the quality and quantity of goods and services available to people and the way these services and goods are distributed within a population. It is generally measured by standards such as income inequality, poverty rate, real (i.e. inflation adjusted) income per person. Other measures such as access and quality of health care, educational standards... GEOGRAPHY - Comparison of Two Latin American Nations CHILE...
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Chile: the need to develop renewable ressources, why and how
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...Chile was and what happened to Chile Chile was once predicted to be one of the most developed nations in the international arena. Economic prosperity had risen and the country`s GDP was going far ahead of its neighboring countries. It is still experiencing economic and population growth, however, one issue has thrown a hindering block that has avoided the self capability of Chile to become one of the most self fledged nations and that is its failure to meet up its existing growing energy needs. The nation has realized that its population is like an ever hungry beast whose wants are unlimited but there are limited resources to satisfy it. Speaking in terms of non... and Section # of INTRODUCTION What...
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Pinochets Dictatorship: The Context of the Dirty War in Chile
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...Chile The dictatorship of GeneralAugusto Pinochet led to the deaths of up to 3,000 people, with up to 30,000 having been tortured. However, the true scope of these repressions cannot be understood out of context of the 1970s “Dirty War” in Chile and Southern Cone. This essay will deal with this issue in depth, with a view to analyzing the factors that enabled Pinochet to institute his repressive system and the effects it had upon the Chilean society. THE CHILEAN MILITARY U.S.-LED TRAINING AND ITS EFFECT ON THE MILITARY CULTURE The beginning of the Cold War led to the introduction of new concepts of national security to the Third... 25 April Pinochet’s Dictatorship: The Context of the ‘‘Dirty War’’ in...
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Business proposal for opening a new Apple store in Chile
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...Chile Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Apple store in Chile 3 Competitive Environment 4 Marketing Plan 5 Works Cited 9 of the Student: Name of Professor: Course: Date: Apple store in Chile In this proposal, the researcher will try to create a feasibility report for opening an Apple store in Chile. According to Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report published in 2012, Chile depends heavily on its exports of metals and the business environment faces lack of competitive pressure which can bring innovation. The report has also pointed out that domestic companies in the country adopt innovation by importing technologies. However, according to report... ? Apple store in Chile ...
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Recent large earthquakes in Chile, Haiti, and Japan
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...Chile Haiti and Japan Earthquakes Geology and Effects 0. Introduction Earthquakes are disturbances and ruptures beneath the earth surface which, if exposed forms deep cracks and valleys resulting to destruction of non-living and living things on earth surface and sub surfaces. Earthquakes are caused by a number of sources including; collision of meteorites with the earth surfaces, lower magnitude ice quakes produced by variation of temperature in glaziers and large scale landslides. There are other earthquakes that are caused by manmade seismic sources, for example: excessive mining activity, nuclear and industrial actions or explosions (Lee p.346). Earthquakes mainly...
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Market and competitive analysis: Introducing Blue Moon beer to Chile
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...Chile. Executive Summary Chile is a country placed inthe Southern part of South America bordering Bolivia, Peru and Argentina. Its predominant transport mode is by road while communication is by telephony. Valparaiso city is located in central Chile and approximately 80 miles to the northwest direction of Chile’s capital city, Santiago. Chilean beer consumers have unique preferences that have revolutionized from the traditional chicha to the currently predominant pale ale and lager. Craft beer has for a long time been in existent, though its market share and consumer population has stagnated for a some while, maintaining only... 25 April Market and Competitive Analysis - Introducing Blue Moon Beer to...
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Human Rights Organizations in Chile, Uruguay and Argentina
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...Chile, Uruguay, and Argentina Social Movement Social movements have occurred around the world for many different reasons and under various circumstances. The situations that create interest in Chile, Uruguay, and Argentina for the creation of social movements for human rights is the hostile take-over of the countries from one political regime to another (Loveman, 1998). The incoming political power wanted to create subservient citizens and complete obedience through dictatorships and force of military insurgence. The goals of the political hierarchy included fear, obedience, and a totalitarianism society created by torture, arrests, disappearances, killings, and other... ? Human Rights Organizations in...
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The Coup and Following Dictatorship of Chile in 1973
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...Chile in 1973 Santiago was the birth place of a great songs artist Raul Zurita in 1950. He did most of his writing in an extremely harsh political environment of dictatorship that followed the Chilean coup in 1973. He was trained as an engineer but decided to become a poet whose writing were a reaction to the military coup of Augusto military coup. On the day of the coup, Zurita was detained and locked up for three weeks under immense severe beatings and torture. He lost his poem file that was thrown in the sea by a Navy commander but luckily enough he had memorized them all, the poems in that file and, therefore, it was easy to reconstruct them. The poems... The Coup and Following Dictatorship of Chile ...
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Copper Price Rises in UK after Chile Strike
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...Chile requires but has another turn-out to where the products has been disposed. In the Human Resources Management perspective, the management of Escandida fails to give or apply meritocracy among its workers. In this case, providing the workers... Considering the fact that BHP Biliton is the majority owner of the said mining (Escondida) firm, and the workers are demanding for high income due torise of prices of copper, then the increase of wages. If we are to analyze, if you have the majority of the shares, then you are considered as one if not the pillar of a certain company. However, we cannot discredit the fact that workers are also considered as pillar of the company which is infact they are...
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Behavioral Economics: Social Security Privatization in Sweden and Chile
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...Chile’s... Social Security Privatization Introduction Social security privatization has become common in most of the countries. The reason is the increase in the number of residents. Social security systems have been used in almost all the countries to have a control over the citizens. This ensures that the government can access every citizen’s information. Most of the countries continue to use their traditional and reliable method of maintaining the social security information by using an age old system. But certain countries like those from Europe and other developed nations of the world decided to privatize the security systems. Privatizing social security is a process of replacing the traditional...
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Colonization of Chile and Mapuche Peoples And Colonization of Peru And Incas
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...Chile, and the reactions and treatment of the Mapuches, along with the colonization of the indigenous peoples of Peru, the Incas... For indigenous people survival has been a major challenge in a world where they have always been denied the right to existence. Land has always been the maim source of livelihood but the indigenous people have long struggled to gain and keep access to this precious resource (LRAN, 2005). Land and land rights are the issues faced by the natives in any part of the world. Globalization has led to dramatic changes in the economic process including modernization of the agricultural system. Developments in the agricultural policies have resulted in pushing the framers and the...
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FDI attraction in Chile Affected by the Country's Socio-Economical Inequality
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...Chile officially called the Republic of Chile is a South American country. Chile is considered amongst a few of the most stable, prosperous and emerging economies. It has a high rate of human development, income per capita, economic freedom and a very low rate of corruption (Trading Economics, 2013a). In 2006, the nominal GDP per capita of Chile was recorded as the highest in Latin America. The country however is undergoing a lot of economic inequality (Trading Economics, 2013b). SOCIO-ECONOMIC INEQUALITY The socio economic inequality is the gap between the rich and the poor. The income difference of a group of individuals, society or the residents of a country is called the socio... ?INTRODUCTION Chile...
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Comparitive political systems questions on the government and constitutions of chile
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...Chile is a presidential government in which the president iselected by popular vote. The constitution mandates a runoff election if no candidate receives more than 50% of the popular vote. The presidential term is four years and the president cannot be reelected to a second term.1 The president serves as the head of state as well as the head of the government. The government is comprised of an executive branch, the legislature, and the judicial branch that share a balance of power. The executive branch is also composed of sixteen ministries and four cabinet level agencies that serve exclusively at the presidents discretion.1,2 The president... Chilean System of Government Regime The government of Chile ...
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Indian populations of Argentina and Chile pre-colonial period and their changing reality during the colonial period
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...Chile, in the period prior and during the colonial era. This is a study dedicated in comparing and contrasting these two tribes. There will be a bias on the time period and the aforementioned periods will be the core of the study. To give a clear comparison of the two tribes, the essay will consider the culture and various activities undertaken by the tribes prior to the colonial period and while the colonial period was on. The study question will, thus, be “How did the Guarani and Mapuche compare in the nations of Argentina and Chile in the period preceding and during the colonial period?” 2.0 Body 2.1... 0 Introduction Guarani and Mapuche are two major Indian tribes that inhabited Argentina and...
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The film Machuca, by Andrs Wood, explores a series of social relations in Chile in 1973, ranging from inter- personal, familial, community, political organizations, and the Chilean nation
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...Chile Drawing inspiration from the Chilean military coup or as said in Portuguese – the golpe militar – of 1973, Andres Wood has set the plot of Machuca (2004) more than four decades back. The story centers around two central characters, namely Gonzalo Infante and Pedro Machuca, who are moving towards their adolescence. The film pictures the experiences of the two boys as they come of age from their childhood and start understanding the world, particularly their country, Chile, in more mature ways. The two friends, belonging to different classes of the society, reflect an artifact of two diverse socio-economic conditions and experiences. While Gonzalo belongs to an upper... Machuca: Exploring the 1973...
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To what extent was the CIA and the US Government involved in the 1973 Coup with Chile. Need sources from the American perspectiv
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...Chile’s 1973 Coup During the run-up to the Chile presidential elections of 1970, 40 committee members ordered the central intelligence agency to perform a spoiling operation. As suggested by Zinn and Arnove (510), the operation was aimed at preventing Allende from wining. At the presidential elections, Salvador Allende emerged as the leading candidate. As a result of this, different leftist parties went about on a mission of strengthening the Popular Unity coalition. A strategy was taken after the 4th September 1970 elections to prevent Allende from taking over office. The strategy involved the Central Intelligence... ? number: Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the United s Government Involvement in...
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Explain the relationship between earthquakes and tsunamis, using the following examples: 1700 Cascadia; 1964 Alaska; 2010 Chile; and 2011 Tohoku (Japan)
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... Tsunami and earthquakes Tsunami involves displacement of large bodies of water mainly oceans. The displacement of the bodies are caused by earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides and explosions in the underwater (Rooney 53). The waves that are involved in the displacement are the seismic sea waves. The activities involve vertical displacement of water that is overlying (Kajikawa 24). The tectonic earthquakes involve the deformation of the earth’s crust. The faults lead to destructive plate boundaries abrupt movement resulting to simultaneous abrupt water movement. Amount and type of displacement Tsunami involves the displacement of substantial... Tsunami...
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Global Business Cultural Analysis
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...Chile: In the Context of Doing Business Cultural Perspective of Chile: In the Context of Doing Business Business Potential Chile’s business potential is characterized by its favorable business environment. This environment fosters a market-friendly format, an active government intervention, and established international business relationships. The Central Intelligence Agency’s World Factbook (2011) indicated Chile’s edge as inclusive of its “high level of foreign trade,” “strong financial institutions and sound policy,” a government-strengthened economic reform, “bilateral or regional trade agreements,” as well as its “free trade agreement with the US” (Economy overview... Cultural Perspective of Chile: ...
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...Chile has emerged as a model in representing the policy of reforming unilateral trade. Motive behind trade liberalization is to eradicate the barriers for free exchange of goods amongst the nations. This may include removal of tariff or granting certain relaxation in the trade policy. Policy makers of Africa, Latin America, South Asia and Eastern Europe are looking forward to implement this type of trade policy. By liberalizing the trade policy, Chile’s economic growth has improved and thus elevated to seven percent. Chile’s trade policy is overviewed with positive interest in the recent space by the entire nation’s policy maker (The National Bureau of Economic Research, 1998... Assignment Introduction...
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Major Assignment
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...Chile – A Review of its Geographical, historical, economic, political and customs. Table of Contents S.No Heading Page No Introduction 4 2 Answer to Question A 4 A-1 Absolute and Relative Location 4 A-2 Size and Hydrological Features of Chile 6 A-3 Population 6 A-4 Chile’s Topography 7 A-5 Orographic Features 8 A-6 Climate 8 A-7 Environment 9 A-8 Vegetation and Wildlife 11 3 Answer to Question B 13 B-1 Chile’s Aboriginal Era 13 B-2 EI Bato and Incas Culture 13 B-3 Inca Empire 14 B-4 Magellan and Diego de Almagro- Early Discoverers of Chile 15 B-5 Naming Santiago as Capital of...
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Identify and describe two significant U.S laws in international trade for the period of 2000-2008
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...Chile Free Trade Agreement The Chile and the United States Free Trade Agreement was signed on 6 June 2003 and entered into force on 1 January 2004 (USTR, US-Chile FTR: An Early Record of Success, 1). This agreement, just like any other bilateral agreements, seeks to remove bilateral tariffs, promote economic integration, lower trade barriers and provide more... Dominican Republic - Central America - United s Free Trade Agreement This free trade agreement or known as DR-CAFTA, was signed on August 5, 2004 by the United States and six countries in Central America namely Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua (Pagnattaro, 845). According to the website of the US ...
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Finance
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...CHILE Six-year time period 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Geom. Avg Inflation Rate: US 2.8 1.6 2.3 2.7 3.4 3.2 2.665 Inflation rate: Chile 3.6 2.5 2.8 1.1 3 3.4 2.73 Interest Rate: US 3.7 1.7 1.2 1.6 3.5 5.2 2.807 Interest Rate: Chile 6.2 3.8 2.7 1.9 3.9 5.1 3.924 % Change in CD SR (IQ) 17.7 8.5 0.4 -11.8 -8.2 -5.3 -0.28 % Change in CD SR (DQ) -15.04 -7.834 -0.3984 13.38 8.932 5.597 0.2839 PPP Implifications: (Since the Inflation rate is lower in the US than in Chile, the US currency will appreciate against the Chilean currency) Annual Uncovered Rate for US {(1 - 0.1504)*(1 + 0.062)} - 1 = - 9.773 % Annual Uncovered Rate for CHILE {(1 + 0.177... Task: Finance Work sheet: Statistical Report Country...
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Marketing
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...Chile and $42 in Peru 2. General absence in Latin America jurisdictions of domestic withholding tax on dividend distributions from the formerly taxed profits with one exception, that is, imposed... Repatriation of funds in Latin America At the Latin America Tax Planning Strategies Conference held on June 16-18, in Miami, the annual repatriation of funds in Latin America was discussed. The discussion based on several Latin American jurisdictions. The discussion covered inbound corporate structures owned by United States’ investors that dominate Latin American jurisdictions (Hearst, p. 17). 1. Corporate and branch profit, tax rates ranging at $87 million in Brazil, $64 million in Uruguay, $53 million in C...
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Case study analyse - Strategic Management
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...Chile Fundación Chile is one of the leading non-profit s, created in 1976 through an agreement between the Government of Chile and ITT Corporation. At the beginning of the new millennium, Chile was positioned as one of the leading economies of Latin America, coming closer and closer to joining the exclusive group of rich industrial nations. Fundación Chile was a leading reference point for Latin-American public policy. The foundation had been a leading institution in the area of the social and economic development, bridging the public and private. Its mission is to add economic value to Chile’s products and services by promoting innovation and technology transfer activities, management... Fundación...
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International Trade - Exporting and Importing
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...Chile or Thailand is affected by the following factors; 1) The demand for the product The demand for the product is the principle factor in the determining the viability of the country to export the product to. An example is the tractor which is used for tilling to produce crops for local and foreign consumption. Chile produces lumber, fruits and vegetable, grapes, pears, onion, wheat, corn, oats, peaches, garlic, asparagus and beans. Its major agricultural exports are fresh fruits, canned vegetables and wines. The government of Chile is encouraging more export... 293900 International Trade International trade is the importing and exporting of goods and services across countries boundaries. The...
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Chilean History
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...Chile is found in South America and is bordered by the ‘Andes Mountains’ to the east and thePacific Ocean to the west. The northern part of Chile is rich in mineral deposits, primarily copper. In terms of population, it has a huge population given its size, and it dominates in terms of agriculture. For Chile to have accomplished what it has accomplished to this far, there has been history that will not be forgotten soon. Chile was under military dictatorship that lasted for sixteen and a half years after the years which needed much reform. The years after 1973, (1973-1990), were characterized by military dictatorship that saw people lose their lives while some went... Chilean History Introduction Chile...
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Promoting access to medical technologies - from Chile's perspective mun position paper
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...Chiles perspective: A Position Paper Content History of Topic and Chile’s Perspective Chile’s Position Recommendation Medical technologies have been a constant focus of researches in the beginning of twentieth century. With the advancement in communication and research resources, it became easier for the medical field to come up with technologies that are able to treat critical diseases. The fact remains that these medical technologies require expensive infrastructure for its operation and treatment functions. Developed countries are able to invest in the infrastructure and thus able to make use of these technologies. But the fact remains... that developing countries are unable to pitch for...
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Smoke detectors
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...Chile. This essay seeks to examine the both the political risk and consumer behaviour attributed to the smoke detector industry in Chile. As a point of departure the fundamental political risk facing most of the multinational companies engaged in the smoke detectors industry in Chile is the judicial unpredictability on matters concerning contravention of the international environment requirements on the amount of emissions and its effects (Francisco, 234). This aspect... Task “Smoke Detectors” A smoke detector refers to a device that detects smoke. It gives a signal of fire. Several companies such as concept Smoke Systems, Apollo Fire Detectors Ltd among others engage in the smoke detector business in...
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Potential Market for Best Buy
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...Chile: Potential Market for Best Buy Chile: Potential Market for Best Buy The importance of strategic planning cannot be overlooked especially whena retailer such as Best Buy decides to capture foreign markets. It becomes necessary for the strategic planning group to prepare a short-term plan that would meet the goals of the organization; thus, "top managers usually plan one to three years in advance simply thinking about the environment and making plans for coping with it" ( Robert, 1985). Setting up a business in a foreign country has many challenges; amongst them are language and culture differences that influence the business process. For this...
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Economic convergence is the concept that poor economies will eventually catch up with the developed countries
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...Chile is one of the smaller countries in South American region with one of the most vibrant economies... ?Introduction Economic convergence is the concept that poor economies will eventually catch up with the developed countries. Under this hypothesis, the GDP Growth rates of the poorer economies will be higher than the growth rates of the rich countries and as a result of this poor and rich economies will finally converge with each other. This concept is based upon the assumption that the diminishing returns in developed countries are not as strong. It is also important to note that economic literature, especially on the growth economics, indicates two different meanings for the economic convergence....
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Dealing With Disaster
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...Chile flood disaster and how a plan would improve the disaster that the floods left in the country. Discussion Disaster management includes four stages that are completely helpful in dealing with disaster. There are eight elements of the disaster management strategic policy framework that communities need to embrace to manage disasters. The Chile flood is the worst rain disaster in over 80 years for the country. The flood occurred in the Northern desert region of the country. Twenty-five people are reported dead from the floods while one hundred and twenty-five others are still missing. Reduction (Mitigation), Readiness (Preparedness), Response and...
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Apple Company Recommendation proposal
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...Chile. The main focus of the study is proposing a recommendation of the entry strategy of Apple into the Chilean market. The study will start with a brief introduction of Apple Inc and its products. It will reflect the recent internal problems of the company and the targeted customers. The study will also reflect the position... ? Apple Company Recommendation Proposal of the of the Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Executive Summary 3 Introduction 3 Purpose 4 Background 4 Discussion 5 Methodology and Analysis 5 Presentation of Data 6 Recommendation and Conclusion 9 References 10 Appendix 12 Executive Summary The study has been prepared for understanding the environment of the mobile phone market in...
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Political Violence
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...Chile, and El Salvador. The concept of “internal enemy” was significantly applied during the cold war period. The concept... was applied in countries such as Guatemala, Chile, and El Salvador. In Guatemala, the concept was applied to overturn the regime that was seen as leaning towards communism. The concept was successful in the removal of Col. Jacobo Arbenz from power (Byrne 6). Moreover, the idea led to training of people that could topple the regime. On the other hand, the concept was well applied in Chile. In Chile, the concept led to destabilization of Allende government that was successful elected. The concept also led to the...
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Earth and space sciences topic
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...Chile frightened thousands of people. The citizens of this nation were frightened for several reasons. The magnitude 6.2 earthquake was centered about 31 miles off of the Chilean coast. It was powerful enough to make people’s homes sway, knocking things off of shelves and causing light fixtures to dance about. Panic sent many people fleeing from their homes. Cell phone service broke down because the system was not able to handle all of the calls from people calling loved ones to let them know they were unharmed. Social media sites also were buzzing with news of the earthquake. Another reason people in central Chile were so upset... In this article, an earthquake off of the coast of central Chile...
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Apple Company Recommendation proposal
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...Chile. The main focus of the study is proposing a recommendation of the entry strategy of Apple into the Chilean market. The study will start with a brief introduction of Apple Inc and its products. It will reflect the recent internal problems of the company and the targeted customers. The study will also reflect the position... Apple Company Recommendation Proposal of the of the Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Executive Summary 3 Introduction 3 Purpose 4 Background 4 Discussion 5 Methodology and Analysis 5 Presentation of Data 6 Recommendation and Conclusion 9 References 10 Appendix 12 Executive Summary The study has been prepared for understanding the environment of the mobile phone market in Chi...
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