CliffsNotes on Garcia Marquez' One Hundred Years of Solitude

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Approach to markets of individual countries has to therefore take into account the bloc to which each country belongs. Its rich soils and cooler climate have attracted more people to live in the mountainous regions than along the coast. As is typical of peripheral regions, little political or economic power is held by the residents, who find themselves at the lowest end of the social and economic order. Additionally, high freight costs and a lack of direct shipping lines present continued obstacles, which can be surpassed, as the Chinese have shown.

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Publisher: Cliffs Notes (July 21, 2015)

ISBN: B01227EAGI

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