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Ch. 20 Sect. 2 Vocab

East Asia Today

TermDefinition
entrepreeur a person who starts up a new business
gross domestic product (GDP) the total value of all goods and services produced in a country in a given year
one-child policy the Chinese law of 1979 limiting families living in urban areas to one child
fertility rate the average number of children born per woman at a certain period of time
gorge a deep, narrow passage surrounded by steep cliffs
reservoir a large artificial lake that stores water
martial law government maintained by military power
pagoda multistoried religious structure found in Asian countries, usually used for religious purposes
capital a country's wealth and infrastructure
free trade trade that does not impose taxes on imports
drought a long period with little or no precipitation
famine a long period of food shortage
Created by: ltandbob