Toronto, Canada

Toronto, Canada

In the eastern part of the downtown promenade Toronto has an interest in the Toronto Distillery Historic District. Until the middle of the 19th century, the local distillery was considered the largest in the world. Here, on an area of ​​52 thousand square meters. m you can see many buildings of the Victorian era, which […]

Lincoln Park in Chicago

Lincoln Park in Chicago

Lincoln Park in Chicago (Chicago, USA): detailed description, address and photo. Opportunities for sports and recreation, infrastructure, cafes and restaurants in the park. Reviews of tourists. Abraham Lincoln Public Park stretches for 11 km along the shores of picturesque Lake Michigan. It is incredibly popular among local residents and visitors to the city, because, according […]

Economy of Panama

Economy of Panama

The peculiarity of the geographical position of Panama was also manifested in the structure of its economy, which has been specializing since colonial times in the field of international services, the range of which has been constantly expanding. According to businesscarriers, the service sector accounts for approx. 80% of GDP, while agriculture – 7.1%, manufacturing […]

Economy of Nicaragua

Economy of Nicaragua

According to businesscarriers, Nicaragua is one of the poorest countries in Latin America. In 2002, its GDP was $2,522 million, or $472 per capita. GDP structure: agriculture 29.1%, industry 28.1% (including manufacturing – 19.2), services – 42.8%. 64% of the country’s population lives below the poverty line. The Sandinista government expropriated the property of the […]

Economy of Honduras

Economy of Honduras

According to businesscarriers, Honduras is one of the most economically backward countries in Latin America. GDP in 2002 amounted to 6.45 billion dollars, mainly due to foreign investment in the non-productive sector (tourism, “free zones”). The basis of the economy is agriculture. It employs St. 1/2 of the total economically active population. The main crops […]

Economy of Guatemala

Economy of Guatemala

According to businesscarriers, Guatemala is an agro-industrial country that specializes in the production of tropical crops (coffee, cane sugar, bananas, etc.). GDP in 2001 – 20 billion dollars, per capita 1786 dollars. The difference in income is very large: 60% of the population – below the poverty line. The economy is developing unevenly, the average […]