1950's International Trade

1950's International Trade - -From 20,000 – 40,000 is...

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Geog. Of Developed Nations 1950’s International Trade Niche Trade – By the 1970’s Niche Trades evolved into competition because countries other than the U.S. began to manufacture their own goods and services In North America we have begun to see a decline in industry Demographics - The study of population The demographic transition – - The demographic transition can change because people die, are born, and migrate The Birth Rate - # of Birth Annually / 1000 population - 40,000 or more is high - Less than 20,000 is a low birth rate
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Unformatted text preview: -From 20,000 – 40,000 is considered a falling birth rate-Most of the U.S. have a birth rate of 15/1000 The Death Rate-# of Deaths Annually / 1000 population-Above 20/1000 is a high death rate-Below 10/1000 is considered low-Between 10 and 20 is falling-Most of the world has a death rate of 10/1000-Death Rates o U.S. – 9/1000 o Mexico – 8/1000 o Sweden – 13/1000 o Brazil – 7/1000 #1 killer in history was Malaria 2. Flu 3. Plague 4. Small pox 5. Cholera...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course GEOG 1123 taught by Professor Neely/turner during the Spring '08 term at Arkansas.

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