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The Huanghe (Yellow) River: History and Development

The Huanghe (Yellow) River: History and Development

China’s Sorrow: The Huanghe River

The Huanghe River is called the “Sorrow of China” because in ancient China the Huanghe River often overflowed and flooded everything. Twenty-six times in history, the course of this river has changed drastically. As a result, indescribable misery has descended on the lives of the Chinese people every time. The Huanghe River is said to be the lifeblood of Chinese civilization. Historians believe that the Chinese civilization was founded on the banks of this river.

The Huanghe (Yellow) River: History and Development

The Huanghe River is also known as the Yellow River. The Huanghe River has a lot of sand. For this reason, sometimes the water of the Huanghe River turns yellow. And hence the

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Understanding of UK Economy

Understanding of UK Economy

It is very important for any country’s government to maintain a well-balanced and growth generated economy for the betterment of the nation and their success. There are two powerful tools of the economy that can be used by the government and the Federal Reserve to focus on the betterment of the economy and direct the economic condition in the right way. They are- fiscal policy and monetary policy (Fisher, 2014). If the policies are used correctly they can provide similar results for improving the economy and stimulating economic condition or slowing it down while necessary. The importance of using the economic policy at the right time is necessary to shape the economy or save it from …

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Impacts of Macro Environment in Debenhams

Today’s business environment is very modern, challenging, and unpredictable. The business organizations need to prove their importance and expertise in their respective sector every now and then. They have to make them capable of doing better and performing even great compared to their competitors and rise above the challenges and drawbacks of the environment (Britton, 2018). Debenhams is also one of the largest departmental stores in the United Kingdom who are trying to make their identity permanent and well known in the business market. The company has ensured its presence in most of the major cities and towns and its brand name is considered to be one of the most recognizable British brands. Here the paper will focus on their …

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The Politics of Post Brexit Europe

The Politics of Post Brexit Europe

The United Kingdom withdrew from the European Union. The date was set for January 31. According to him, the European Union has severed ties with the United Kingdom. In the end, that’s what happened.

Even at the last minute, two approvals were needed. The first was on January 24, 2020, when the heads of the European Commission and the European Council finalized the Brexit agreement. Earlier in the day, a majority of members of the EU parliament voted in favor of the agreement. The last step was taken on 29 January when members of the EU Parliament formally ratified the agreement. As a result, the 47-year relationship came to an end. The UK will …

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Financial Mobility In Immobile World

Financial Mobility In An Immobile World

The recent outbreak of COVID-19 is an unprecedented global issue, leading many to contemplate difficult questions that are plaguing all of humanity. With rising numbers of cases being identified and related deaths, Bangladeshis are collectively bracing themselves for the worst. Granted, the primary concerns now are more existential than economic, but it is not something we should ignore altogether. For a country like Bangladesh where 24.3 percent live under the national poverty line, with a large proportion involved in low skilled wage labor, the implications of the lockdown will be far-reaching. During crises such as these, liquidity becomes an increasing source of concern—particularly when the “quarantine” of banknotes receives serious consideration to curb transmission …

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