Thailand from 1945 to 1997: Perspective of Labour-Intensive Industrialization 1. Introduction Despite being one of the biggest exporters of some agricultural products such as like rubber and rice, present-days Thailand is the industrial-driven economy. According to the World Bank’s statistics (2015), during 2010-2014, Thailand’s manufacturing sector contributed around 36-40 percent to total GDP (Gross Domestic Products), while Thai agricultural sector possessed about 10 percent in the same period. In
This study sets out to zero in on and delve into the works of Sadeq Chuback, Iranian naturalist writer, the late past master in the field of literature and translation studies. Chuback’s works, from rise to his demise, is introduced and the aesthetic and stylistic nature of his writing is scoured in detail. Literarily, discursive practices in his writing will especially be dealt with and ideological and kaleidoscopic panoramas of his writing brought into focus. Keywords: Discursive practices, language
M&A waves refer to periods of heightened merger and acquisition activity. It was found that all the merger movements occurred when the economy experienced high rate of growth. M&A activity generally coincides with the development in the economy. Extant literature (Patrick A. Gaughan, 2000) identifies five merger waves till date. The merger waves witnessed by the economy are as follows:- First wave (1897-1904). Second wave (1916-1929).
Indonesia is the melting pot of people, comprising a great variety of ethnicities, cultures, languages and belief systems. Globalization, free flow of goods, services and human asset, as well the modern lifestyles are changing the culture of food, health and beauty care in Indonesia. Fast food and chemical modern medicines are becoming more popular than traditional food and herbal medicines, which create health problem, as there is a strong relationship between food consumption, lifestyle and overall