People who travel from place to place to find place.
A highly organized group of people with their own language and ways of living.
Scientists who study the objects left by early people.
Money that can be invested in business ventures for the purpose of making a profit.
People who risk their money to set up businesses in order to make a profit.
The growth of cities.
The control by one country of the political, economic, or cultural life of another country or region.
Adoption of western culture (referring to culture of Western Europe and the United States).
Pride in and loyalty to one's country.
Crops that can be sold outside one's own country for profit such as cotton, rice, coffee and sugar.
Developing nations seek political and economic policies that will provide a stable government and produce a high level of good and services.
A tax on imported goods.
The selling of state-owned (government) industries to private investors.
The ability to read and write.
The average number of people living in an area of specific size.
People who flee their country to escape poverty, war, or harsh governments.
The wealth and resources of a country or region, especially in terms of the production and consumption of goods and services.