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hConor Finnerty

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Secondary Economic Activities Secondary economic activities involve the processing of raw materials
Market Place An open space where a market is or was formerly held
Footloose Able to travel freely and do as one pleases Due to a lack of responsibilities or commitments
Capital Wealth in the form of money used to start a company or investing
Labour Force All the members of a particular organization or country who are able to work, viewed collectively
Corporation Send (goods or services) to another country for sale.
Inequality Difference in size, degree, circumstances, etc.; lack of equality
what is emergency aid? This is aid in the form of food, water, medicines and basic supplies given following a natural disaster such as an earthquake or famine. Emergency aid can also be given in times of war.
What is Development aid? This type of aid provides help over a long period of time. It focuses on the development of healthcare, education and infrastructure in a country. It can be in the form of money or personnel such as teachers and nurses.
What is tied aid? This type of aid comes with conditions. It may mean the poorer developing country will have to purchase certain products from the richer developed country in order to receive aid. These products can include weapons and ammunition. This type of aid is not
What is Bilateral aid? This is where one government gives money to another government. The money can then be used for vital services such as education and healthcare, and to develop the country's infrastructure.
What is Multilateral aid? This is where a number of countries give money to an organisation. These organisations include the EU, the UN and the Red Cross. These organisations then distribute money to the developing countries as they see fit.
What are Secondary Economic Activities? Secondary Economic Activities involve processing raw materials into products.
Name one Heavy Industry you have studied? RUSAL
Name one light industry you have studied? Apple
List the 8 factors influencing the location of industry. Labour Force, markets, transport facilities, raw materials, services, capital, Government/EU policy, personal preferences.
List the 6 factors that influenced woman in industry? Standard of living rising, The women's movement, Gender equality laws, Education, Growth of the service jobs, Smaller families
Is Ireland an industrialized region? Yes
Is Mozambique an industrialized region? No
Is Algeria an industrializing region? Yes
Created by: 2D-Geography