California

California

Forgotten by its European discoverers for centuries, to the point of appearing on numerous maps of the 17th and 18th centuries as an island, California has become one of the most developed regions and with the highest standard of living in the world. The state of California is the third in extension in the United States, 411,049 km2, only surpassed by Texas and Alaska. It is limited to the north…

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Mexico City

Mexico City

Mexico City, as its name suggests, is the capital of Mexico, being located in the southern portion of the Mexico Valley, two thousand and three hundred meters high. Considered the largest city in the world, the Mexican capital has more than twenty-two million inhabitants in its metropolitan area. The metropolis was built on top of the Aztec capital during Spanish colonization, which took advantage of the existing buildings to found…

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Agriculture in Developed and Underdeveloped Countries

Agriculture in Developed and Underdeveloped Countries

Agriculture in developed countries With the agricultural revolution of the 20th century ( green revolution ), rich countries began to employ less and less labor in rural activities. In this group of countries, agriculture is modern and uses advanced production resources, such as the intensive use of pesticides , fertilizers, mechanization, biotechnological resources and adequate methods of soil management. The result of this is high productivity and large agricultural production.…

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NATO and its Objectives

NATO and its Objectives

Interested in containing an eventual Soviet threat, the USA and its allies entered into a series of political-military alliances aimed at strengthening and unifying the Armed Forces of anti-communist nations, both in Western Europe and in other regions of the world. The first and most famous of which is the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization – NATO, in English defined by Abbreviationfinder), established in 1949 and whose founding members were…

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The Three Industrial Revolutions

The Three Industrial Revolutions

1st Industrial Revolution According to loverists, the First Industrial Revolution took place in England, in the 18th century (1780-1830). England was the first country to go through this revolution. Around 1830, the Industrial Revolution was completed in England, and from there it migrated to the European continent. It arrived in Belgium and France, countries close to the British archipelago. Around the middle of the 19th century, it crossed the Atlantic…

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Main Hydrographic Basins in the World

Main Hydrographic Basins in the World

We can highlight in each continent some hydrographic basins of great importance for human use. American continent America has land in all climatic zones, with the exception of the Antarctic glacial zone. For this reason it presents a dense and quite varied hydrographic network. Depending on the use and the degree of importance for transport, we can highlight: – North America – The Mackenzie and São Lourenço rivers, in Canada.…

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American Belts – Agriculture USA

American Belts - Agriculture USA

American agriculture has its great prominence in the high level of mechanization. The region of greatest importance in the sector is the belts , where there are extensive ranges of cultivation of products such as wheat ( wheat-belt ), in the North and in the center; corn ( corn-belt ), in the Northeast and in the center; cotton ( cotton-belt ), in the South; in addition to the dairy belt…

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Economic Blocks

Economic Blocks

The economic blocs are associations of countries that aim to strengthen and privilege trade relations and improve the economy among themselves, in addition to boosting relations with other blocs and countries. The end of the Cold War acted as a stimulus for the regionalization of the economy and the formation of blocs organized based on commercial interests. The dispute for hegemony started to be determined by commercial competition, and the…

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NAFTA – North American Free Trade Agreement

NAFTA

The North American Free Trade Agreement (short for NAFTA by Abbreviationfinder) was signed by the leaders of: Canada, Mexico and the USA on October 7, 1992, but only came into force on January 1, 1994 after a troubled confirmation process by part of the USA, where xenophobia, ethnocentrism and prejudice from certain political sectors offer formidable obstacles. NAFTA has created a free trade zone in which tariffs and certain other…

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Economic Cooperation in Asia and the Pacific – APEC

APEC

The APEC Economic Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, was created in 1989 in Australia as a talk forum between the member countries of ASEAN (United Nations Association of South – East Asia) and six economic partners in the Pacific region, as US and Japan. However, it was only in 1994 that it acquired the characteristics of an economic bloc at the Seattle Conference, when members pledged to transform the Pacific into a…

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USMCA: the Objectives of the New NAFTA

USMCA

After the economic agreement of the North American countries established by the NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement), which began in 1988, the bloc underwent a restructuring for its renewal in 2018. The agreement now called USMCA ( United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement ) was first established as a bilateral agreement between the United States and Mexico , and only after much negotiation did Canada join . Despite the fact that the…

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Before the trip to the USA

Before the trip to the USA 2

Passport and visa Absolutely no later than 72 hours before your trip to the United States, you must apply for an entry permit. This permit costs $ 14 (May-11). Use the following link: https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/application.html?execution=e1s1 Or search for “ESTA View waiver program” via your search engine. On the page you will find the heading “Apply for entry permit to the USA” Click on the “button” where it says “Apply”. Read the…

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City life and sports celebration in Vancouver

VANCOUVER

Vancouver is one of the largest and liveliest cities in huge Canada. In the heart of the city center, you can enjoy the offer of cafés and museums. The nature surrounding the city offers opportunities for a wide range of activities, whether you enjoy skiing or photography. VANCOUVER AS A TRAVEL DESTINATION A big city close to nature According to DigoPaul, Vancouver, the host city of the 2010 Winter Olympics,…

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