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Transcript: Current Event Products that are imported: Chemicals Plastics Machinery Vehicles Color TV sets Ect Type of Governmet Peru! Peru's capital is Lima. Culture/ Mix's of Cultures A current event that has happened in Peru is melting of the Glacial ice in the Peruvian Andes. It took 1,600 years to form but it only took 25 years to melt. According to the reports, with the temperatures rising, one of the most important parts of the ice melted which caused the whole thing to melt quickly. Peru’s currency, the sol, denoted by the ISO code PEN, derives its name from historical use and worship of the sun , which symbolizes power to the Peruvians. Currency Peru has a different culture. They have a mix of Spain, culture form the Incas, and so much more. Peru is a beautiful place. With mantions and valleys its a truly beautiful. History Culture Veido Copper Gold Lead Zinc Tin Iron ore Molybdenum Sliver Crude Products exported : Peru is best know as the heart of the Inca empire but even before the Incas, it had been a home to many others.(about the time of 2500 B.C) Peruvian civilization, after some time started to developed into a number of organized cultures, such as the Chavìn and the Sechìn. After the down fall of the Chavin and the Sechin gave birth to new technology and advancements. In 1450 the Inca empire was only considered a river valley around Cuzco. Less than a century latter reachers found that the Incas has a great empire. In 1532 it is said that the Incas were driven into war by succession. Francisco Pizarro and his band of Spanish conquis came, the Incas fought for many years but the spanish won. Peru's government is constitutional republic form of government. What is Imported and exported


Transcript: currency one american dollar = 12.89 mexican pesos Prescription drugs manufactured in Mexico cost, on average, about 50% less than the same drugs in the U.S. Plus, health insurance in Mexico costs much less than it does in the U.S. MXN Profile Inflation: 4.1% Coins: Freq Used: $1, $2, $5, $10, 50 Rarely Used: $20, $50, $100, 5, 10, 20 Banknotes: Freq Used: $20, $50, $100, $200, $500, $1000 even more history about mexico more history about mexico group 1 Talum On average, an office visit with a doctor or specialists will cost 350 to 500 pesos (about $30 to $43) Chichen Itza was a large pre-Columbian city built by the Maya civilization. The archaeological site is located in the municipality of Tinum, in the Mexican state of Yucatán. Address: Yucatan, Mexico Hours: Tuesday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Phone: +52 985 851 0137 history Health care in Mexico is generally half or less what you might expect to pay in the U.S. facts Six flags MXN Profile Coins: Freq Used: $1, $2, $5, $10, 50 Rarely Used: $20, $50, $100, 5, 10, 20 Banknotes: Freq Used: $20, $50, $100, $200, $500, $1000 Mexico's historical attractions - from the ancient ruins of the Olmecs, Maya, and Aztec, to the train routes used by the brash and legendary Pancho Villa - rank second only to the beaches of Cancun - and Alcapulco as the prime reason people come. The reason for this is simple: the tale of Mexico's past, accompanied by an overwhelming amount of physical remains, is as romantic, blood-curling, dramatic, and complex as it gets. Six Flags México is an amusement park located in the Tlalpan forest and borough, on the southern edge of Mexico City, Mexico. It is owned and operated by Six Flags Inc. and the only Six Flags park operating in Latin America. ewhere around 1000 BC, the first of Mexico's ancient civilizations, the Olmecs, established themselves in what are now the states of Veracruz and Tabasco. They worshipped a jaguar God, built cities,ruins03.jpg (19429 bytes) constructed massive stone head carvings, and spread throughout central and southern Mexico until their civilization mysteriously vanished around 400 BC. Though the Olmecs left behind relatively few artifacts, their influence on later cultures was profound. In their wake came the Teotihuacan, the Zapotecs and Mixtecs of Monte Alban, the Maya of Yucatan, the Toltecs, Aztecs, and dozens of smaller, citied groups. To balance the spiritual and earthly realms and appease their pantheons of gods, many of these civilizations practiced human sacrifice, a fact that often overshadows their great achievements in the realms of mathematics, astronomy, architecture, textile weaving, art, and pottery. The Maya, for example, were so advanced in mathematics and astronomy that their calendar was the world's most accurate until this century. They could also predict solar and lunar eclipses. health care tourist atractions facts health care in Mexico is very good and in many places it is excellent. Tulum is the site of a Pre-Columbian Maya walled city serving as a major port for Cobá. The ruins are situated on 12-meter tall cliffs, along the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico None of Mexico's pre-Columbian civilizations is more storied, however, than the Aztecs. Though it is arguable that other civilizations in Mexico achieved greater artistic and scientific feats, none advanced as quickly or ruled as much territory. Prior to the 15th century, the Aztecs were a marginal tribe living on the edge of Lake Texcoco, the site of present day Mexico City. By 1473, after subjugating neighboring tribes, they ruled the largest empire Mexico had ever seen. Their capital of Tenochtitlan, set in the lake, was a picturesque city of pyramids, mile-long floating roads, aquaducts, animated marketplaces, and one hundred thousand residents. Leading a highly codified government was an all-powerful emperor who exacted taxes from the conquered and distributed land to his people, especially the warriors. When the Spanish adventurer Hernan Cortez arrived in 1519, the rich city was a vision perfectly meshed to his thirst for conquest.


Transcript: $5 $10 $10 Bill, also known as demand bills. Abraham Lincoln's face The first $10 Federal Reserve Notes are issued. They are larger then today's notes Feature a portrait of President Andrew Jackson $20 Bill Redesign 1913- Federal Reserve Because of the manufacturing cost all federal reserved notes were made about 30% smaller Decreased the number of designs in circulation This standardization makes it easier to determine if the bill is counterfeit or genuine History of Currency Safer Smarter More Secure 1792- Coinage Act Federal Reserve board issued a new currency called federal reserve notes. REDESIGNED 1764-The British Ban The last paper money printed with background color $20 Gold Certificate Gold Tint, Red Seal, and Serial Number NEW: 1914: $10 Federal Reserve Notes 1997- Benjamin Franklin added innovative and effective counterfeit deterrent to bills. Currency 1861: Abraham Lincoln 1929-Standardized design 1955- Requires 'In God We Trust" on all currency 1957- The first appearance on paper money 1963- Federal Reserve Notes added 1996- OLD: 1998- NEWER: 2000- After: Congress adopted the dollar as the money unit of the United States. 1690-2013 The British completely banned paper money. $50 Bill redesigned 1955-1963: In God We Trust New Counterfeit Deterrent Bills First change in 67 years New bills issued beginning with the $100 One US dollar equals 0.74 Euros By: Courtney Chandler & Sarah Peavey The Department of the Treasury's Bureau prints the money Before: Who Makes Money? 1905- $20 Bill 1785-Congress Created the U.S Mint Established a federal monetary system Set denominations for coins and specified the value of each coin in gold, silver, or copper Currency Redesign: U.S Currency The first paper money was used to cover military expeditions 1690: The Beginning 1739- Ben Franklin


Transcript: Currency AFGHANISTAN Kyrgyzstan: Kyrgyzstani som Cotton, Wheat, Apricots, Pears, Plums, Apples, Potatoes, Melons, Barley Kazakhstan: 48.82 Billion USD Wheat, Barley Tobacco, Cotton, Potatoes, Vegetables, Grapes, Other Fruits, Berries Afghanistan Tajkistan: 3.778 Billion USD Cotton Fiber UZBEKISTAN Gold, Clothes, Uranium, Mercury, Shoes Pomegranates, Grapes, Apricots, Melons, Mullberry Kazakhstan: 6.7 % Turkeministan: 20.9 % Uzbekistan: 24 % Tajikistan: 30% Kyrgyzstan: 20.2% Afghanistan:20 % Kazakhstan: Kazakhstani Tenge GDP: 201.7 Billion USD Exchange Rate: 154.24 KZT for 1 USD Turkemenistan: Turkemenistan Manat GDP: 6.987 Billion USD Exchange Rate: 4.77 TJS for 1 USD Energy Products, Gold Mineral Fertilizer, Various Metals, Machinery Turkmenistan: 10.43 Billion USD Uzbekistan 88.61 Billion USD GDP: 33.68 Billion USD Exchange Rate: 2.85 TMT for 1 USD Industrial Tajikistan: Tajikistani Somoni Afghanistan: Afghan Afghani Machinery, Food Products, Chemicals, Various Metals Imports UNITED STATES GDP: 16.66 Trillion USD UNITED STATES EXPORTS: 1.56 Trillion USD Agriculture KAZAKHSTAN Total Export Kygyzstan GDP: 18.02 BillionUSD Exchange Rate: 58.04 AFN for 1 USD Cotton, Wheat, Barley, Corn, Rice, Sesame, Onion, Flax, Tobacco Wheat, Barley, Cotton, Sugar Beets Sunflowers Turkeministan Kazakhstan: Turkministan: Uzbekistan: Afghanistan: Tajikistan: Kyrgyzstan United States: 2.3 Trillion USD Produce Uranium, Titanium Sponge, Ferrochrome Gas, Oil, Natural Gas Gold, Cotton, Natural Gas, Oil, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Tungsten, Uranium Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Natural Gas Liquids, Lithium,Copper, Gold, Coal, Iron Ore Gold, Silver, Antimony, Strontium, Salt, Lead, Mercury, Uranium Uranium, Antimony, Coal, Gold, Oil, Oil products, Ferrous metals, Machinery Machinery, Food Products, Chemicals Economics of South Central Asia Kyrgyzstan: 4.272 Billion USD Percent of total GDP GDP: 51.11 Billion USD Exchange Rate: 2160.31 UZS for 1 USD Afghan Rugs, Wool Hides, Gemstones Crude oil petrochemicals, Textiles 16.65 Billion USD Agricultural Natural Resources Opium, Fruits, Nuts Cotton 376 Billion USD Exports Cotton, Tobacco Cotton, Wheat, Fruits KYRGYZSTAN Machinery/ Capital goods, Food Products, Textiles, Petroleum Products Uzbekistan: Uzbekistani Som Petroleum Products, Aluminum Oxide TURKEMENISTAN Uzbekistan: 15.53 BIllion USD Cotton, Wheat, Citrus fruits, dates, figs, melons pomegranates Kazakhstan Oil and Gas, Machinery Food Products, Chemicals Afghanistan: 6.39 Billion USD 2.294 Billion USD 16.16 Billion USD Food Products, Machinery, Ferrous/ Non-Ferrous metal GDP: 6.473 Billion USD Exchange Rate: 49.27 KGS for 1 USD

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