In particular chapter 7 identifies the extent to which aspects like culture

In particular chapter 7 identifies the extent to

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In particular, chapter 7 identifies the extent to which aspects like culture, social mobility, and poverty among racial minorities is concurrent with a low market demand. As outlined in chapter 8, socioeconomic status (SES), whether measured by occupation, education, or income status, is among the most robust determinants of variations in demand outcomes in almost every market throughout the country. Individuals who have been ethnically or racially stigmatized are found in the lower brackets of the consumption index within Canada and they experience high rates of exclusion than the average of other persons in Canada . Across multiple scales both urban and rural, these disparities are seen to affect minorities such as Canadians of African, Latina, Asian, and Aboriginal descents. On the subject of market demand,
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MARKETING GEOGRAPHY 3 opportunities have increased for corporations in Canada in the last decade. However, expenditure, mobility, SES, ethnicity and physical geography have become vital aspects in determining whether Canadian markets are able to profit from citizens’ demand for different products and services. While the labor market in Canada is in good shape, the geography and composition of market demand is skewed based on expenditure, mobility, and ethnicity both the intra urban and inter-ban scales. Although Canada is a beautiful nation, its sheer size is of little help. The data
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