Samples "Latin America"

Latin America

Mexican New Year’s Traditions and Customs.

In Mexico, the Christmas season does not end after New Year's Day, as it does in so many other countries around the world. Instead, the holiday continues through Epiphany, or El Dias de los Reyes (The Day of the Kings) on January 6; at that time, children receive their Christmas...

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Whole Is Greater

The author, Ciro A. de Quadros, articulates challenges he faced in his quest to eliminate diseases and improve healthcare among locals across parts of South America, America and Africa. However, the exercises yielded positive results through a number of his characteristics that form the message he communicates in the text....

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An Analysis Of The Reasons Behind Venezuela’s Growing Inflation.

Situated in South America, Venezuela is a federal presidential republic whose economy relies heavily on petroleum exports (CIA, 2015). As reported by Krauss (2015), oil prices have been falling since 2014, forcing numerous oil companies out of business and causing thousands of workers to lose their jobs. Even though declining...

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Business Culture in Nicaragua

Doing business in a foreign country requires an understanding of the cultural differences between one's own country and the country they will be visiting. Geert Hofstede developed a system for classifying countries according to five dimensions. This essay uses Hofstede's dimensions as the basis for making recommendations for a female...

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Hispanic Culture

Hispanics make one of the fastest growing ethnic groups in the United States. The Hispanic population grew by 60 percent in the last decade according to a survey in 2000. This population is projected to double to about 97 million. This is attributed to high fertility rate and immigration among...

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Women in Venezuela General Representation

Women are important members of the society across the globe. This is because they are associated with various activities and roles that are critical constructs of the family and the society at large. Women across the world perform different tasks that define their identity and distinguish them from men. Venezuela...

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Venezuela Inflation

One of the primary goals of all governments across the world is to ensure their nations’ inflation is low and citizens are not affected by high goods prices. However, in Venezuela, the situation is different as the inflation rate has reached a quadruple of 1369%. This is a clear indication...

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Cargill Venezuela

Cargill is a fortune 500 company and a global leader in food and agriculture related industries. Their reach covers agriculture services, risk management, food ingredients and processing. This is just a brief description of what the corporation is about but its tentacles have been spread to many areas of the...

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What Now for Brazil?

Brazil has undergone a recent period of political and social upheaval, and more than that, the country has never been particularly settled when it comes to its political leadership. After the recent coup and much of the corruption that has plagued the government, there are questions about where the existing...

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Tourism in Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Copacabana is located in one of the world known tourist destination and also the second largest city in Brazil, Rio de Janeiro. The famous South Atlantic coast harbor with breathtaking landscapes, indigenous cultures and phlegmatic beaches keep tourists flow into the country flow heavy on a daily which affect the...

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How I Wrote the Paper

When I decided to write a paper about my trip to Brazil, I realized that at first, I needed to create an outline that would serve as a structural basis for my story. Therefore, I determined that my essay should be divided into several logical parts, namely the introduction, the...

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IKEA Expansion into Brazil

IKEA is a multinational, Swedish-founded retailer that sells easy and ready to assemble furniture, home decorations and kitchen appliances. Since 2008, it has been known as the world’s largest furniture retailer. It is headquartered in Leiden, Netherlands and has more than 400 locations worldwide including Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Italy,...

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Election Systems of Brazil, India, and the Netherlands

The election systems in countries around the world vary considerably, in regards to the way that they are conducted, the types of ballots used, eligibility of voters, and other factors that play a significant role in the outcomes. This essay will describe the electoral systems of India, Brazil, and the...

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Country Case Study: Brazil

Key features of its recent development Brazil, with a population of 208 million, is a large producer and a large buyer, making it one of the world’s largest and most important markets and emerging economies (FocusEconomics, n.p.). The rapid growth of the Brazilian economy earned it a place as a...

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Brazil Racism: Police Killing of Favela Residents Increased During Rio Games

Over the course of the years, Brazil has faced unscrupulous forms of racism that has derailed the country’s unity and freedom of movement into locations known for certain races while barring others from accessing the same. Provided one is from a black community, they are considered dangerous and armed even...

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Brazilian Economics

While emerging economies like Brazil have become synonyms to stable economic growth over the last decade, the recent analysis of economic macroclimate in the country rings the bell of possible recession. This means contraction of a business cycle assuming overall slowdown of economic activity given the worsening of one of...

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Marketing Strategy for Argentine Wine in Paris

Wine is an alcoholic drink made from fermenting fresh grapes. It is one of the most consumed beverages among the wealthy class all over the world. Argentina has been one of the leading producers of top-class wines over the last century due to various measures made by the government and...

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International trade policy and relations of Argentina

The transition from a developing nation to a developed nation requires the suitable political atmosphere that can sustain such growth. Case in point the Argentinian government. Before 2015 the business climate in Argentina was hostile to investors. This was due to significant barriers that affected imports, exports and capital flows....

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Business in Argentina

1. Countries in Latin America In the nineteenth century, the French named the western hemisphere as Latin America to cover the countries that used French, Spanish, and Portuguese languages as their official language. The countries in this hemisphere include Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Chile, Guatemala, Haiti, Ecuador, and Paraguay....

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Puerto Rican and Cuban Relationship to the United States

The relationships of Puerto Rico and Cuba respectively to the United States is apt in two main senses: firstly, both classify ethnographically as “Hispanic” nations and peoples, and therefore, their relationships to the U.S. can be thought through the broader category of the relationships of Hispanic nations and peoples to...

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