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What public works helped make improvements to what part of the nations economy?
In the long term, they help immensely. They create jobs of their own accord, and also allow neighboring communities to cash in on the travel-related industries: lodging,… restaurants, etc. In countries like Tanzania, eco-tourism makes up a huge component of the country's economy, and the main source of incoming money from abroad. Although some national parks might contain mineral or fossil fuel wealth, their extraction is only a short-term gain that leaves the land denuded and unwanted. The value of pristine wilderness for health and psychology probably cannot be quantified, especially in terms of dollars and cents. This is among the reasons that national parks are established.
Locomotive, cars, planes ect.
infrastructure and jobs
national industrial recovery act
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The overseas pakistani's valuable contribution has been helping the economy to improve balance trade and payments.
How can you become more professional how can you improve the work you do in the office to improve you service to the public?
Education can help a person improve their overall appearance and performance in the office setting. Always dress for success means that a person should dress appropriately… for the job at hand. Improvement courses in office procedure can be a good idea.
To have more people working at a high paying job so its economy will bring in more money and to keep people off of the streets
This question is really contingent on another question: "When?" In the 17th Century, the Tokugawa Bakufu forbade foreigners real access to Japan in part to protect domestic m…arkets. In 1868, samurai overthrew the Bakufu to install the Emperor as the center of political power. This was called the Meiji Restoration, and was in part a reaction to the failure of the Bakufu to protect the Japanese economy from the encroachments of the United States, Britain, and France in 1853. This was also a way to give samurai jobs in light of their falling economic power. In the early 20th Century, Japan's imperial government injected massive amounts of capital into the economy to militarize. They began fighting wars with Korea and China to expand their territories and great new lands for Japanese development. In the 1950's, Japan's government loosened antimonopoly laws to help re-establish business "partnerships" and "networks" (keiretsu) to create powerful economic engines. In the 1990's, after the collapse of the real estate market in Japan, the government tried to improve its economy by massive grants of money to private companies to build infrastructural projects throughout the country and by giving banks who had lost all of their capital funds loans to recover them. In the mid-2000's, Japan's government under Koizumi Jun'ichiro privatized its postal service in an attempt to improve its economy. In 2010, the government of Hatoyama Yukio attempted to make the economy better by expanding entitlements, providing new types of free education, and upping health care payments/reimbursements.
The Public Works Administration started to build dams, highways, sewer systems, schools and other government facilities.
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The more communication there is, the better the economy. People will be able to communicate about products and therefor everything will work together better.
Western settlements in the United States brought more product to the market to improve the nation's economy. Many people who settled in the West had cattle ranches. Other …products were also built and sold in general stores like furniture and food products like eggs.
If you don't get an education, you won't be smart enough to apply for a good job. If you have a job, you won't be very good at is as you will probably struggle with the …math and such you have to do to maintian money.
Investment multiplier defends public works in the depression economy because it promotes investments in a deadbeat economy in hopes of turning it around.