Consequences of global warming in economy, health and geopolitics
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Access to the Arctic Ocean A decrease in Arctic polar ice has opened up new trade routes for ships, and would make undersea resources of oil or raw materials accessible, but with adverse consequences for many species, such as plankton … Read More

Economy and infrastructure of Bucharest
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(Financial Center Plaza, https://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fi%C8%99ier:Financial_Plaza_Bucuresti_1.jpg) Bucharest is the largest economic center of Romania. In 2010 the capital has made about 22.7% of the GDP of Romania and, together with Ilfov county, 25.3% according to specialized institutions, and GDP/inhabitant was with 240% … Read More

Economy of London
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 (Bishopsgate in the City of London) By GDP, London is in 2005 the sixth city in the world and second in Europe after Paris. Greater London makes about 20% of UK GDP, and the London metropolitan area about a third. … Read More

Economy of Drobeta Turnu Severin, Romania
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The development of the town as well as the prosperity of its inhabitants is due to the setting up of the port (1851) and of the ship repair shop (1858) which was the first in our country and became the … Read More

Economy
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The economy (from the ancient Greek οἰκονομία / oikonomía: “administering a home”) is a human activity that involves the production, distribution, exchange and consumption of goods and services. However, the word has many meanings. The economy is the concept studied … Read More

Economy of the European Union
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Currency 1 Euro (€) = 100 cents Other currencies in member states: Bulgarian lev, Czech koruna, Danish krone, Hungarian forint, Latvian lats, Lithuanian litas, Polish złoty, Romanian leu, Swedish krona, British Pound sterling Statistics GDP ranking 1st (2011) GDP (Nominal) … Read More

Economy of London
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(Bishopsgate in the City of London) By GDP, London was in 2005 the sixth largest city in the world and the second largest in Europe after Paris. Greater London generates approximately 20% of GDP in the United Kingdom, and the … Read More

Aswan, the Land of the rainbow
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Aswan, or Syene (Egyptian Arabic: أسوان ) is a city in Egypt located about 843 km south of Cairo, on the right bank of the Nile, near the first cataract. Formerly part by Upper Egypt, in the first nome, the … Read More

Jerusalem, the Holy City
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Nicknames: Ir ha-Kodesh (Holy City), Bayt al-Maqdis (House of the Holiness) District Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat Area • City 125,156 dunams (125.156 km2 or 48.323 sq mi) • Metro 652,000 dunams (652 km2 or 252 sq mi) Elevation 754 m … Read More

Pitcairn Islands
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Bounty Bay and the town square of Adamstown, connected by the newly-paved Hill of Difficulty (by permission of Andrew Christian) Capital (and largest city) Adamstown Official language(s) English (local dialect is Pitkern) Ethnic groups British, Polynesian, Chilean or Mixed Demonym … Read More

Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland
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Ittoqqortoormiit (which means “big house” in Greenlandic, also called Scoresbysund in Danish) is a small village situated on the Scoresby Sund (Kangertittivaq, in Greenlandic), a huge fjord on the east coast of Greenland. The population is composed of 537 inhabitants … Read More

Mass of Media: Financial crisis
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A financial crisis happens when some financial institutions or assets suddenly lose a large part of their value. Many financial crises are banking panics, and many recessions coincided with these panics. Other situations that are often called financial crises include … Read More

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