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Brandenburg Gate $1.45
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The value of the euro in dollars. Between east and west Berlin, and has come to symbolize openness in Germany.
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Bribe Foreign Corrupt Trade Practices Act
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Illegal to bribe a foreign government official or 3 rd party connected to the official; without a bribe, you wouldn’t have gotten the business. A payment to obtain or maintain new business.
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Capitalism Communism
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Government ownership; nobody else owns anything. Private ownership; everyone owns everything.
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Single Party Socialism
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Both private and government ownership; industries critical to the national economy are owned by the government; everything else is owned by the people. One party; efficient because you don’t have to get the opinions of many different groups.
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Multiple Party Dual Party
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Two parties (i.e. the US) More than two parties; becomes difficult to agree to and maintain change (i.e. Italy has over 30 political parties).
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China Single, Dual, and Multiple Parties
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Political parties: Balance national, immediate needs of the people with the challenge of modernization; has a bad relationship with Taiwan, plagued by sexual exploitation and forced labor, and a
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major heroin product in the golden Triangle region of Southeast Asia.
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Privatizing Tier Two Watch List
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China is on the list for the fourth year for failure to provide evidence of efforts to combat human trafficking. China is speeding up its program to convert state enterprises into shareholder-owned corporations.
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China Encourage Foreign Investment
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China is expanding capital markets by authorizing new stock listings. Their steps to open up the economy include privatizing and selling off state enterprises, accelerating worker retraining, low-cost housing, providing social services, reducing tariffs, and
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encouraging foreign investment.
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China China
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Hydro electric dams destroy centuries old villages; have entered into environmental agreements that prevent marine dumping, whaling, and threatening endangered species. Face international protests over boundaries, particularly concerning Tibet.
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China Thought Police
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Most sophisticated system for monitoring the Internet; China hires 300,000 employees to ensure nobody’s researching terms like “democracy,” “dissident,” and “Falun Prohibit the entry of people and materials that are harmful to their politics, economics, culture, and morals.
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Gong.”
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Inflation Socialist Democracy
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