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Countries of Central Asia and their brief description

Referred to as Central Asia region, which covers quite a vast territory of Eurasia. He has no outlet to the ocean, and it consists of many States, some partially, some fully. Central Asian countries are very different in their culture, history, language and ethnic composition. This region stands out as the only geographical unit (unlike the Ancient East, which was the cultural region), so every area will be discussed separately.

What powers are part of the geographic area

So, first consider all the countries and capitals of Central Asia, to have formed a full picture of what lands are included in its composition. Just note that some sources consider Central Asia and Central and others believe that it is one and the same. Central Asia consists of such countries as Uzbekistan (Tashkent), Kazakhstan (Astana), Turkmenistan (Ashgabat), Tajikistan (Dushanbe) and Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek). It turns out that the region is formed by five ex-Soviet republics. In turn, the countries of Central Asia consist of these five powers, Western plus China (Beijing), Mongolia (Ulan Bator), Kashmir, Punjab, North-East of Iran (Tehran), North India (Delhi) and Northern Pakistan (Islamabad), Afghanistan (Kabul). This also includes the Asian region of Russia, located South Continue reading

Rest in Tokyo

Stay in Tokyo

Tokyo is one of the largest cities in the world, which amazes with its futuristic shape and orientation to the future. In order to understand what a significant place the city occupies in the life of not only the country but also all world community, will appreciate the fact that if Tokyo became a separate state, it would have taken 15-th place in list of countries by GDP. It turns out that Tokyo in terms of economic development ahead of Turkey, Australia, Indonesia and many others. In addition, the population of the Tokyo Metropolitan area – more than 37 million people, and it’s bigger than the whole Asian part of Russia (far East Siberia plus). However, speaking of Tokyo, you should bear in mind that this is not one city, and one of a kind capital district. Tokyo district includes 62 administrative units, including cities, villages and towns. When it comes to Tokyo, the usually mean the “heart” of the district, including district 23. Each of these areas is so great that it has the status of a city and has its own mayor and city Council.

East Tokyo

Today Tokyo is the cultural, administrative and economic capital of the country, but not always. The town was founded in the XV century, building on the model of the ancient capital of China Danyang shogun Tokugawa. Initially the city was called Edo. In the XII century the brave Continue reading

The development of the newly industrialized countries of Southeast Asia

State educational establishment of higher professional education

“the Russian State Pedagogical

University.And.And. Gertsen”

Faculty of geography

St. Petersburg

Chapter 1. The age of the new economy 5

1.1 Asian States on the political map of the world 5

1.2 the path of development of industrialization 8

1.3 Industry of NIS in South-East Asia 11

Chapter 2. Features of economic development of the countries of South-East Asia in 80-90 16

2.1 Features of cyclic development 18

2.2 Economic consequences of the “collapse” 19

2.3.The role of foreign capital 23

2.4 structure of the financial system 24 Continue reading

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