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SUD AFRICA

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PROYECTO DE NEGOCIOS INTERNACIONALES

PROYECTO DE NEGOCIOS INTERNACIONALES

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  • 1. constries around the work Members:Natalia OsorioGrade10 th dADMINISTRATIONEducational Institution José Acevedo y Gómez<br />
  • 2. Map And Flag<br />
  • 3. the capitalJohannesburgo<br />
  • 4. history<br />The earliest known Homo sapiens in the area are the tribes of San derisively known as Bushmen, who were mainly hunters. Some 2,500 years ago Bantu tribes migrated from the Niger Delta to what is now South AfricaSouth Africa&apos;s written history begins with the arrival of Europeans in the region. The first to penetrate the Portuguese<br />
  • 5. Historical image<br />
  • 6. As is the people <br />South Africa is made ​​up of traditional communities and developed indigenously and people of European or Asian origin with different languages ​​and different spiritual and aesthetic values<br />is composed of a variety of races: blacks, whites, Indians and mestizos.<br />
  • 7. population<br />42.446.0000 total population of inhabitants according to a census conducted in 1997<br />
  • 8. South African currency and banknotes<br />
  • 9. History of south african corruency and banknotes <br />In 1652 the Dutchman Jan van Riebeeck established Cape Town as a stopping point for ships of the Dutch Company, however, by the year 1797 the British invaded the city and after the bankruptcy of the Dutch became the British colony in 1805.<br />
  • 10. typical plate:Biltong <br />The traditional ingredients for marinade:<br />Apple cider vinegar<br />Coarse salt<br />Coriander seeds<br />Black pepper<br />Brown sugar<br />Potassium nitrate<br />
  • 11. South African exports<br />• Gold<br />• Diamonds<br />• Ferroalloys<br />• Petroleum oils<br />• Aluminium ingots<br />• Iron ore<br />• Flat-rolled products of stainless steel<br />• Parts and accessories of motor vehicles<br />
  • 12. imports<br />• Crude Oil<br />• Computer Components<br />• Machines for the treatment of<br />information<br />• Transmitters for radiotelephony<br />• Electrical apparatus for line telephony<br />• Drugs<br />• Aircraft<br />• Parts and accessories of motor vehicles<br />
  • 13. PRINCIPALES SOCIOS COMERCIALES<br />Item export import <br />EUROPA 31 45<br />ASIA 18 32<br />AMERICA 10 16<br />OCEANIA 1.75 0.9<br />

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