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Birth rate is the number of live births per 1000 of the population.
A business park is a purpose-built area of office and warehouse buildings.
The commonwealth consists of 53 countries formed mainly of former British colonies.
Transnational corporations are often home to well-known brands.
Death rate is the number of deaths per year per 1000 of the population.
The reduction or removal of industrial activity or capacity in a country is called deindustrialisation.
A demographic transition model is meant to represent the movement of high birth and death rates to low birth and death rates as a country develops.
Development refers to the progress of a country in terms of its economy, welfare and technology.
The north south divide in the UK refers to the economic, social and health differences southern England and northern England.
An economy where most employment is in the service industries is known as a post industrial economy.
The live expectancy is the average number of years a person is expected to live.
Fairtrade pays farmers better prices for their produce, resulting in higher income and less exploitation.
The development gap is the difference in the standard of living between richer and poorer countries.
globalisation British English spelling
Globalisation is the process of the world becoming more interconnected through technology, trade and cultural exchange.
Gross national income is the total value of a country's income divided by its population.
Human development index is a measure of development which includes life expectancy, education and income.
The human development index of a country is measured by the United Nations.
Industrial structure is the proportion of people employed in the four different sectors of the economy.
Infant mortality rate is the average number of deaths in infants under one year old per one thousand live births per year.
Information technologies are the computer, internet and telecommunication systems that store, send and retrieve information.

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