Demographics of World Commerce

Essay by hoodoggerUniversity, Bachelor'sA+, January 2009

download word file, 5 pages 5.0

Within any society or common group, a universal language exists. This language is global or world commerce, a fundamental structure, which provides the frame work and foundation for local, regional, national, and international trade. Social societies must have a structure, and this structure is often referred to as demographics. Demographics are also used to evaluate and study a particular populous or specific characteristic of a government, region, or nation. Within global commerce, demographics are essential to reach a sum for impacts and developmental factors. The relationship of world commerce and demographics is fundamental in development and economic growth. Many cities are constructed as a common with a common location to facilitate trade and economic development. Success of commerce is an important role in the power struggle of governments; many have failed due to a weak trade program and a lack of committed social systems. Trade communication and the development of commerce are key aspects to obtain materials and products required for future economic growth and social prosperity.

To further evaluate the relationship of demographics and world commerce, the relationship to each other will be discussed. The local and global regions, population, climate, social and political development, are all individual variables of demographics which in turn impact world commerce. On a global scale, an overall scope must be achieved to understand all variables. For example, the development of a nation and its trade patterns are dependent on the success or failure of individual businesses' ability to produce, grow, or refine a particular item. These items are essential to the success of commerce for the nation, which in turn impacts global trade.

Many of the factors in the analysis and comparison of commerce and demographics are certain numbers which are substantiated in commerce as currency, or possess certain value, which can be...