Learn about AUSTRIA via the country study publication published via the Library of Congress of the United States of America. As you read about AUSTRIA you not only improve your knowledge about the country but you can improve your American English reading comprehension as well. There are hundreds of pages to read in English in the publication below, so take your time and read at your leisure.
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Solsten, Eric, et al. Austria: A Country Study. [Washington, D.C.: Federal Research Division, Library of Congress ; For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O, 1994] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/94021665/>.
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Greetings Maestro Sersea
Despite Austria had a compromised economy due to the interwar and postwar´s effects on the World War I and World War II. The Federal Republic of Austria had to pay to the former owners of stock petroleum in cash and bonds more than $ 545 billion of dollars. In order to keep a stable economy, they created the Economy Institute and Analyst with the end to keep the monetary fluctuation as low as possible. Thus, they have sought to have the shilling tied to The Bundesbank with the end to keep a steady currency. Also, through out of The Treaties with the Eu. They have openness and flexibility to establish new trends in commerce and markets. I think that due to the historical settings in their economy, Austria can enhance its still more its economy.
Greetings Maestro Sersea
Austria is a small, predominantly mountainous country located in south-Central Europe, the country is bordered by Germany to the northwest, the Czech Republic to the north, Slovakia to the northeast, Hungary to the east, Slovenia and Italy to the south, and Switzerland and Liechtenstein in to the west. It sized approximately 83,859 square kilometers. The capital of Austria is Vienna. It is a federation of nine states.
Most of the country’s Alpine or Sub-Alpine heavily Wooded Mountains and hills cut by valleys in northeast only lowland areas and contain most of the population. The Danube, flowing east through northern provinces and Vienna, is its principal river. Have a total area of, 20 percent arable land, 29 percent pasture, 44 percent forest, and 7 percent barren. The State Treaty of 1955 ended the country´s occupation by foreign troops and restored its sovereignty and gave to its declaration of permanent neutrality after World War II and its regained status as an independent and sovereign nation on October 26, 1955, it is a day off for the general population.
Austria count with a Continental weather system predominates, temperatures and rainfall vary with altitude. Temperate, cloudy, cold Winters with frequent rain in lowlands and snow in mountains; cool summers with occasional showers. Humidity is highest in wetter western regions, diminishing toward the east.
The symbol to the country is The National Coat of Arms of Austria, where the Eagle has broken chains around its legs and holds a sickle and a hammer in its talons with torn handcuffs. The Eagle is chest has a red-white-red shield. The black Eagle represents the old Eagle from the erstwhile Austro-Hungarian Empire. The colors of the flag are Red-White-Red. Austria has a population estimated of 8,917 million until 2020. The main languages spoken are: Croatian, Hungarian, Slovenian, Turkish, and other languages are spoken by the various minority groups, nearly all people in Austria speak German, except in the west, is Bavarian, sometimes called Austro-Bavarian.
The adult literacy rate is 99% of people ages 15 and above whom can both read and write with understanding a short simple statement about their everyday life. Austria’s literacy rate for 2018 was 99%, a 0% increase from 2015.
During the Roman Catholic Counter-Reformation of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, The Habsburgs were the leading political representatives of Roman Catholicism in its conflict with the Protestantism of the Protestant Reformation in Central Europe, and ever since then. Austria has been a predominantly Roman Catholic Country. Austria has a free public school system, and nine years of education are mandatory. The country´s university system is also free. The Gdp per capita in Austria was last recorded at 43610.53 US dollars in 2020. The Gdp per Capita in Austria is equivalent to 345 percent of the world´s average. In 2020, the unemployment rate in Austria was at 5.77 percent.
In terms of income the risk of poverty threshold has been set at 60% of the national median per capita household income and at present, it is Eur 1286 for a single-person household. The internet country code for Austria is .at with a growing population
Austria´s membership in the Eu could also open Austria markets directly to the competition of large West European companies that not only enjoy economies of scale but also are more able than Austrian companies to withstand the rigors of long term competition. And the fall of the Iron Curtain has opened Austria to greater competition form From Central and East European states having lower production costs.
Despite Austria had a compromised economy due to the interwar and postwar´s effects on World War I and World War II. The Federal Republic of Austria had to pay to the former owners of stock petroleum in cash and bonds more than $ 545 billion of dollars. In order to keep a stable economy, they created the Economy Institute and Analyst with the end to keep the monetary fluctuation as low as possible. Thus, they have sought to have the shilling tied to The Bundesbank with the end to keep a steady currency. Also, through out of The Treaties with the Eu. They have the openness and flexibility to establish new trends in commerce and markets. I think that due to the historical setting in their economy, Austria can enhance its still more its economy.
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