GCSE Mumbai Introduction
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Chances for people to improve their standard of living through employment.
This refers to the type of employment where people work to receive a regular wage and are assured certain rights e.g. paid holidays, sickness leave. Wages are taxed.
This type of employment comprises work done without the official knowledge of the government and therefore without paying taxes. It is common in many LICs.
Chances for people to improve their quality of life, for instance access to education and health care.
An area of poor-quality housing, lacking in amenities such as water supply, sewerage and electricity, which often develops spontaneously and illegally in a city in an LIC.
State in the West of India where Mumbai is found
The British colonial name for Mumbai
Major shipping route
passes through Mumbai, through the Mediterranean Sea via the Suez Canal, along with other shipping routes
Lies to the West of Mumbai
of India's GDP
of India's foreign trade
of industrial production
Bombay Stock Exchange and the Reserve Bank of India
headquarters of a number of Indian financial institutions in Mumbai
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