What is the capital of Niue?
Alofi is the capital cityof the Pacific ocean nation of Niue. It has a population of 614 (census of 2001). It consists of the two villages Alofi North (pop. 256) and Alofi South, where the government headquarters are located (pop. 358).
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The Merriam-Webster dictionary describes capitalism as "an economicsystem characterized by private or corporate ownership of capitalgoods; and by prices, production and distribution of goods that aredetermined mainly by competition in a free market." It isinteresting to note that the word "capitalis…t" (derived from"capitalism") used to be a synonym for a businessman or a businessowner-- one who owned, produced, or invested in goods, and set theprices for them. There are three basic economic systems: one in which "labor" is theprimary factor of production, which is called slavery; one in which"land" is the primary factor of production, which is calledfeudalism. And finally, the economic system where capital is theprimary factor of production, which is called capitalism. Capitalis wealth used in the production of still more wealth. Byprotecting private ownership of wealth, the United StatesConstitution has greatly enabled capitalism to evolve. The distribution of wealth in a capitalist system is bestaccomplished through the "free market". The "free market" discoversprices through arbitrage (defined as: the purchase and sale ofsecurities in different markets, to profit from pricediscrepancies). The exchange of wealth in a "free market" system isvoluntary, and it is made by individual decision. It should benoted that critics say there is often no "free market" becauseelites are able to manipulate the system to keep certain peopleexcluded and to give greater advantage to themselves. They use asan example financial scandals of the past few years or themanipulation of the LIBOR in England. There are various different policies that can be employed todistribute the wealth produced by a capitalist economic system. Themost notable is known as "social democracy", which involves sharedadministration of capital between the government and private ownersin the form of corporatism or collective bargaining. It issometimes characterized by government regulations alongsidegovernment provision of public goods and social insurance. The strongest critique of capitalism was made by Karl Marx. Marx'sanalysis was that capitalism would stagnate due to internalcontradictions, and that the successor to capitalism would be asystem where all factors of production be held in common. As atransition between capitalism and this new system, he called forthe "Dictatorship of the Proletariat" in place of the "Dictatorshipof the Bourgousise" as the form of government to oversee thetransition from capitalism to socialism. A twisted hybrid ofcapitalism and socialism. Taking the worse from both systems andcreating a politically driven economy. Politians make laws forcooperations and the cooperations fund their campaigns and filltheir pockets. Consumer finance is the division of retailbanking that deals with lending money to consumers. This includes avariety of loans such as mortgage loans, credit cards and autoloans. This consumer finance is the only way to avail to thoseindividual who cannot avail from any bank loans thus it has ahigher percentage of interest. To carefully manage your financesplease connect us at quityfactory.com.au for more updates. Capitalism means privatization of small and large companies.Example: why is capitalism so effective? Capitalism is the mind-set of every man should work for himself. A basic economical system that is controlled mostly bye private corporations, businesses and a open and free environment of trade market; and basic ideals. Basicly the idea that everyone is free to do what they want; and run there own businesses and make there own money bye there own means. With no assistance from others; being it's counterpart: socialism. (MORE)
The word capital is another word for money; or the machines, tools, and buildings used in the production of goods and services. "A capital" can be a capital letter (upper case). . "A capital" is also a city that is the seat of government for a nation or state, or sometimes smaller government divis…ions. . A+man-made goods used in the process of producing other goods (MORE)
Capitals are used at the start of sentences, for proper names and proper nouns, titles of books, magazines, plays.
Never capitalize "from" in a title, unless it is the first or last word. "From" is a preposition, and prepositions of four letter or less are not supposed to be capitalized. (Some people capitalize longer prepositions, some don't, but that doesn't matter in this case).
Niue is an island dependency of New Zealand in the south-central Pacific Ocean east of Tonga. Discovered by Capt. James Cook in 1774, it became internally self-governing in 1974. Alofi is the capital. Population: 1,490.
The word "capital" is used to mean - wealth (money or other assets) used in economic production - an uppercase letter (A, Z) - a center of political operations for a state, region, or country Governmental Center A capital is a city which holds the the seat of government for a nation or state, or …sometimes a smaller unit like a region or county. It usually holds buildings and offices for official bureaucratic, legal, and judicial functions, and most official business is undertaken there. It may or may not be a large city or a commercially powerful one, since capitals are usually chosen for historical reasons; the capitals of California and New York, for instance, are the relatively small and unprepossessing cities of Sacramento and Albany. (MORE)
Toke Tufukia Talagi is the Premier of Niue. Talagi became the Premier of Niue on 2008 June 19.
Capital letters are UPPER CASE. Capitals are also cities where the governments of nations or states are located.
Only when it is the first word in a sentence or is part of something's name or title.
At the beginning of a sentence or when using a name of a noun, and also when the word "I" is used.
Pure capitalism is simply the power of capital over all else. Or to put it simply a system of dog eat dog. It is doubtful whether a system of capitalism will ever be able to come into being because it takes no responsibility for anything but its own well being. capitalism is anarchic in nature .
There really is no specific reason. We just capitalize "I" even though similar words such as "you," "he," and "we," are left lowercase.
When You capitalize a the first letter at the beginning of a sentence or when a word is a proper noun
in you live in New York its Albany so if you don't live in NY Albany is not the capital metguy7
1. At the beginning of a sentence. 2. In the title of a book, film, article etc. 3. When indicating a holy person or object.
It's not a proper noun. Its a pronoun. The only pronouns that are capitalized by convention are "I" and pronouns referring to God. The grammar rules of the English language have a lot of oddities because of the diverse origins that merged into Standard North American English, and all the other v…ersions of English as well. (MORE)
Yes !.....Niue is a self-governing country in free association with New Zealand. A coral island of only 260 sq km, Niue is located about 480 km east of Tonga.
I am from Niue and the word 'niu' means coconut, so 'Niue' meanscoconut island. im sexy m to take over our island, so we painted our clothes red (withdirt) and grabbed spears. That is how we earned the name "SAVAGEISLAND".
Capitalism refers to the accumulation of capital (money seeking to grow itself) through investments, finance and venture capital activities. This refers to the process of "making money", which is actually just an accumulation of existing money in circulation within the economy. Supposedly, the pr…ocess of "making money" corresponds to the production of useful goods and services in the economy. But this is not always the case, as there are many redundant and parasitical activities that do not correspond at all to producing actual utility for the economy. The outcome on culture is typically one where the common person is interested in making-money, often for its own sake, and on short-term interests. (MORE)
If you literally mean the word 'that', then only if it's at the beginning of the sentence.
Last census in 2005 claimed the Niue population was at 1700 but that was unreliable because it was during a period of cyclone rebuilding when Niue had a large number of contractors ashore. The statistics department also count people who have left recently many of whom don't return. There is a tendan…cy to over estimate the population for aid purposes.. An honest concensus by business leaders estimates the current population at between 1000 and 1100, about 100 being non Niuean (MORE)
You can, but only if: 1. You are starting a sentence. E.G: 'With the gold in his hands' 'With the safe locked' ETC 2. You are making a title for a book/film. Hope this helps :)
Like all Polynesian people, niueans love to celebrate. A major event for teenage boys is their "haircutting ceremony". Many boys keep a long tail of hair since childhood and this is ritually removed at a gathering held at the boys home, usually on a Saturday. Guests involved to the feast contrib…ute considerable amounts of food and money to a fund that goes to the boy after expenses are paid. The pastor and close family members cut locks of hair that have been tied with ribbon, and everyone sits down at the following feast. (MORE)
I should always be capitalized eve n whe n it is used i n the middle of the se nte nce. This is a rule i n capitalizatio n.
The Emergency Reserve is only used as a last resort after the Contingency Reserve has been exhausted to provide funding in the event of an unanticipated or unforeseen extraordinary nature such as costs related to a natural disaster, emergency or unexpected costs created by Federal or State legisla…tion. (MORE)
Well it depends on the certain way you are saying it, if you are starting a sentence the yes but if you are not the no.
Turning something into (a) capital; this covers all of its common usages, including turning a letter into uppercase, making the most of an opportunity, and making a place the capital of its region.
Firstly, no one has pure capitalism. Secondly, you likely have capitalism because, relative to older forms of social organisation, capitalism has been far more effective and better for not only individuals but society as a whole. Thirdly, capitalism continues to survive, largely, because the system …is conservative and the ruling classes in capitalism do not wish to make significant changes. (MORE)
The word "have" is capitalized if it's the first word in a sentence, e.g., "Have you ever been to London?" If, however, the word "have" appears in the middle of a sentence, there is no need to capitalize it, e.g., "I have never been to London."
NiueÃ¢??s natural resources are fish and arable land. Niue is asomewhat small island in the Southwest Pacific Ocean and has one ofthe largest coral reefs.
It's a rule that the pro nou n, I is always capitalized simply because I is how you would address yourself. If your name gets capitalized always so does the pro nou n, I. . "A" ca n be capitalized too but o nly at the begi n ni ng of the se nte nce. It is a n article. It does n't r…eprese nt a perso n's name. . (MORE)
Not unless it is part of a proper noun (a named thing or group)such as Capital Police. Referring to cities, a capital is the seatof government. The name (e.g. Ottawa, New Delhi) is capitalized,but not the word capital when it refers to it.
"I" is capitalized if it is the beginning letter of a name, for example the name of the country India. One must also capitalize "I" if her or she is using it to refer to himself/herself. For example, in the sentence "I am hungry."
captin cook was the person who discovered niue. but samoans were the first people to be on the island.
It depends on the context. In letters or notes, it should be capitalized at the end.
10.7% (2006) I don't know where this 10% came from. If it came from the Niue Statistics department then it probably measures the amount of working age people that don't work for the government in which case it is an abomination. There is no real unemployment in Niue. Subsistence agriculture and fi…shing are gainfully undertaken by a very small percentage of those not employed by the government or private sector. In a population of 1200 there wouldn't be 1% who don't partake in any of these forms of employment. (MORE)
It is a small island in the Pacific Ocean. New Zealand has had a significant role in its administration.
"He" and "his" may be capitalized when the word begins a sentence, or refers to God, a king (His Majesty), or a religious leader such as the Pope (His Holiness).
Capital H - i - m means "Him" which refers to a higher power such as God, turning this regular pronoun into a proper noun to give it significance.
Please contact the Museum of New Zealand for World War 2 at the link below. We found no records of people from the Cook Islands (of which Nieu is one) serving with the Royal Forces from New Zealand. The Museum Curator or assistant could help you. They have an email contact on their web site.
Because I is a title for someone and basically a name but "a" is not. "a" is for any kind of thing/object.
I'm pretty sure it means 'Good' . So when someone niuean ask's how you are for eg- . Malolo nakai A koe? . You would reply with-. Mitaki! . Though , i'm not sure.... .
They are mosly common with their own languages that are meant to be called "Niues"
Not unless the word "on" begins a sentence. "On" is a preposition. In titles, prepositions should not be capitalized.
"Who" and "was" are not capitalized unless they are the first words of a sentence.
A boy from Niue is considered a man during his hair cutting ceremony. Generally, they do not cut their hair from birth. When the boys become teenagers, a ceremony is held where women tend the hair, which had normally been cared for by their sisters, for the last time before it is cut.
Niue is an island in the Pacific Ocean. People that have the surname Niuean believe that their ancestors come from this island. It isnÃt clear if this is a common surname on the island.
No. Although same-sex marriage has been legalized in New Zealand,that law does not apply in this territory of New Zealand.
Niue This Is Your Land - 2005 was released on: USA: 6 August 2005 (Hawaii Ocean Film Festival) New Zealand: 12 March 2006 (Pollywood Shorts)
The word capital can mean a few things. Capital can be the name ofa credit card or the name of a city.