Places To Visit Before They Are Completely Changed

Gozo Malta

The world as we see now was not the same hundreds of years ago. The face of the earth is continually changing because of man’s and nature’s activities.

Before a scenic spot is completely wiped off the map and permanently changed, you should travel and see and marvel at the beauty of nature. Here is a list of top uncovered destinations to travel to.

Gozo, Malta
The tiny island of Gozo has a population of 37,000 and is a 20 minute ferry ride from Malta. It is a great destination for cyclists, hikers and divers. The pristine mountain and water surrounding the rich island will take you into a level of expedition like you never had before. The place also screams of beautiful churches.

Antarctica
In the past years, the number of visitors in Antarctica has significantly increased. People are anxious to see this part of the globe before global warming takes a frustrating toll on this place and change it forever.
According to the president of Quark Expeditions, the Antarctica is currently shedding and melting at least 160 billion tons of ice yearly. This figure is rising and is very alarming. Soon, the face of Antarctica will be changed. This is one destination that you might not want to pass out.

Greek Islands
The remote Greek Islands have always been in the travel map of most tourists. Crete, Pelion and Skyros are just a few of the beautiful islets that Greece boasts off. The islands have now become more accessible as a local airline announced that it will establish flight routes in 100 islands.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Caribbean
The Caribbean has always attracted tourists for its warm, white sandy beaches teeming with marine life. This year, accessing the Caribbean isles has become easy with flights directly en route to small, remote islands.

Nicaragua
Nicaragua is home to scenic waterfalls and landforms in the Central American region. One should visit this country as soon as possible as the Nicaraguan government is announcing its plans to dig on the Nicaragua Canal. This project could change the face of the nation forever.

A must see site in the country includes the San Miguelito Wetlands which will be tampered when the project starts.

India’s Economic Growth Predicted To Surpass China

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India’s promising economy is obviously one of those that investors are attracted to. According to the director of the International Monetary Fund, India will soon outpace China as the fastest growing economy in the world. Christine Lagarde further pressed on that this could happen within the year.

The director visited India last week and reported that India’s economy is expected to steadily grow at 7.5 percent in the fiscal year 2015-2016 which will begin in April. This figure is up by .3 percent from the current year.
If India hits the expected growth, this will make the country the fastest growing economy in the world surpassing China.

The International Monetary Fund predicted last year that the economy of India would grow by 6.5 percent in 2016. The estimate was raised after a promising Indian gross domestic product. On another note, despite the fast growth in India’s economy, the country’s raw economic power does not come close to that of China’s. The economic output of China last year was reported to be at around $10 trillion while India had roughly $2 trillion. This was according to the data gathered by IMF.

Despite this, Largarde still described India as the “bright spot” when it comes to global economic growth. The conditions in India are perfect to reap the benefits of demographic dividend making it a key factor for global growth.

India’s policy reforms

India’s economic improvement can be attributed to the reforms in policies and improved confidence in the business sector. These provided a boost for the growth of the economy. The current government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi made India’s economic growth at the top priority for India.

The latest budget reforms revealed the new government’s plan to decrease taxes among business establishments and increase spending on building infrastructures.

The director of IMF said that looking into the future, the economy of India would have doubled its size in 2009. The output of India is also predicted to exceed the outputs of Russia, Indonesia and Brazil put together.
India should be thankful to its young and growing population. The total population of India is estimated to be around 1.25 billion and more than half of the number is of the age 25 and below.