150 words for each country (total 20 countries)

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Hi, my company sells global HR compliance. We are looking for somebody to write 150 words about each country in the world., Ultimately, we want to provide a summary of the countries. This could include culture, language, political climate, or any other interesting facts. Ultimately, we'll shape the content to describe the landscape of labor compliance in the country, and add in some sales copy,

need 150 words on each country.

i will provide you countries names and examples..

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ProfJamesmiller
School: Carnegie Mellon University

Hi there, I have just completed the assignment. Please find attached. It has been nice working with you. 😊

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Countries’ Summaries
Canada
Despite being the second largest nation in the world after Russia, Canada is one of the
most sparsely populated. It has a multicultural society that is accommodating to immigrants and
exports a great wealth of natural and intellectual resources. Canada has two official languages,
English and French, which is as a result of its colonial history. Canada is a Commonwealth state,
and obtained self-governance in 1931 and full legislative power in 1982. Canada has the longest
shoreline worldwide and only borders one country, the USA (Britannica).
Ultimately described as individualistic, Canadian culture is however different from that
of the United States. Canadians are more community-oriented and peacemaking (Britannica).
They also have little regard for social classes and show an average strive for personal and
familial success. They, however, show optimism and a tendency to accept future uncertainties
(Hofstede Insights) readily. The country is divided into the French-speaking and Englishspeaking sections, portraying cultures that resemble those of France and Britain respectively.
First Nation cultures of native Indians, Inuit of the Eskimo, Southeast Asian and Latin American
cultures are also represented in the countries multicultural spectrum as well as those from other
European countries (Britannica).
Works Cited

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Britannica. "Canada | History, Geography, & Culture." Encyclopedia Britannica,
www.britannica.com/place/Canada. Accessed 21 Oct. 2018.
Hofstede Insights. "Country Comparison - What about Canada." Hofstede Insights,
www.hofstede-insights.com/country-comparison/canada/.

Nigeria
Nigeria has the highest population of all African countries. The country also has one of
the fastest developing economies in the globe. The country has undergone government coups, a
civil war, several constitutional changes, and military rule. Today, Nigeria has a federal republic
government influenced by its colonial English, traditional and Islamic laws. The country relies
largely on oil as an export, followed by agricultural and industrial raw materials and products
(Briney).
Half of the population of Nigeria is Muslim and the other half Christian and Indigenous,
the latter being about 10 percent. The formal language of the nation is English, but other local
languages such as Yoruba, Igbo, and Hausa are also largely used. Nigeria is a communityoriented country where family relations such as extended family members are closely involved in
every day’s activities. Age, seniority and social status are also very important in terms of respect
and honor (Commisceo Global).
Works Cited
Briney, Amanda. "What You Should Know About Nigeria." ThoughtCo, Dotdash Publishing, 25
June 2018, www.thoughtco.com/geography-of-nigeria-1435246. Accessed 22 Oct. 2018.

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Commisceo Global. "Nigeria - Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette." Cross-Cultural
Business Training & Cultural Awareness Courses, www.commisceoglobal.com/resources/country-guides/nigeria-guide. Accessed 22 Oct. 2018.

United Kingdom
The United Kingdom is an Island state made up of Scotland, Wales, and England, known
as Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Through the latter, the UK borders earlier member country
Republic of Ireland to the west. Across the English Channel and the North Sea, the UK borders
France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, and Norway. Initially, a global power, the
UK was reduced to its current state by the two great wars and the breakup of the British Empire
(BBC).
English is the country's official language. Other native languages are Celtic and include
Scots Gaelic, Welsh, Cornish, and Irish and Old Norse. The modern UK is largely multicultural.
Almost two-thirds of the population do not believe in God, and 36 percent are members of the
official Anglicanism. There are social classes that include the working class and a few
aristocrats. It has a constitutional monarchy where the government is run by the prime minister.
Each of the four nations has its own judicial system (World Culture Encyclopedia). Recently, the
UK announced its intention to exit the European Union (BBC).
Works Cited
BBC. "United Kingdom Country Profile." BBC News, 4 Jan. 2018, www.bbc.com/news/worldeurope-18023389.

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World Culture Encyclopedia. "Culture of United Kingdom - History, People, Women, Beliefs,
Food, Customs, Family, Social, Marriage." Countries and Their Cultures, Advameg Inc,
www.everyculture.com/To-Z/United-Kingdom.html.

Côte d'Ivoire
Côte d'Ivoire, English name being Ivory Coast, is a West African state strongly affiliated
with France (Geographia). After the military coup of 1999, Ivory Coast's long peace ended. The
country has been subject to political rebellions since that led to the split of the country. The
northern half ended up under the rebels. A civil war followed, and France, African States, and
the UN sent troops to oversee the country's rehabilitation. Despite the peaceful elections in 2010,
the country is still under street-level tension (World Culture Encyclopedia).
The country has 60 ethnic groups with different variations of food, music festivals and
languages. French is the official state language as the other common local languages being Kwa,
Atlantic, Mande, and Voltaic. Arabic is used in the north where there are immigrants from
Lebanon and Syria. Ivory Coast largely relies on the agricultural exportation of coffee, cocoa
beans, palm oil, pineapples, and rubber. The country also has offshore oil and gas drills (World
Culture Encyclopedia).
Works Cited
Geographia. "Côte D'Ivoire." World Travel Destinations, Culture, and History Guide,
interKnowledge Corp, www.geographia.com/ivory-coast/.

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World Culture Encyclopedia. "Culture of Côte D'Ivoire - History...

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awesome work thanks

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