Which condition helped the United Kingdom became a leader in world trade?
Location, Climate, and Natural Resources of Europe
|What condition helped the United Kingdom become a leader in world trade?||The UK is an island with a mild climate located near many other countries.|
|Why is it surprising that the U.K. has such a mild climate?||It is very far north.|
Which physical feature has helped Germany trade with other countries?
The Rhine, the Danube and the Elbe rivers, combined with Germany’s central location in Europe and its access to the North Sea, allowed the country to become a leading exporter and one of the most prosperous economies in Europe.
How does Russia’s climate impact population distribution?
Climate factors have also shaped the distribution of Russia’s population. Most of Russia’s population lives west of the Ural Mountains where the climate is more temperate and there are more connections with Eastern Europe (see Figure 3.6).
What makes shipping products by sea difficult in Russia?
It is used for hydroelectric power and transportation of goods Page 12 With its long northern coastline, what makes shipping in Russia so difficult? The northern ports are blocked by ice much of the year Page 13 Which natural resources are found in both Russia and the United Kingdom?
What contributes the most to the United Kingdom’s historical success in international trade?
The U.K. colonized 90% of the countries that currently exist at some point, usually for commodities like sugar or saltpeter, so a large portion of their trade successes can be attributed to forcing people either politically or militarily to trade with them.
What does the US import from England?
U.S. imports from United Kingdom account for 2.5% of overall U.S. imports in 2019. The top import categories (2-digit HS) in 2019 were: vehicles ($11 billion), machinery ($10 billion), special other (returns) ($6.7 billion), pharmaceuticals ($5.1 billion), and mineral fuels ($4 billion).
Which part of Europe is very cold and why?
Explanation: Russia is so cold because it move from west to east and they contain cold air so the russia is so cold.
How did Russia get so much land?
Under Ivan the Terrible (1533-1584), Russian Cossacks moved to conquer lands on the other side of the Ural Mountains in Siberia and the Far East. These regions account for 77% of the Russia’s total area. In other words, it was the conquest of Siberia that turned Russia into the largest country geographically.