Бука: Да, Симулятор: Да, Платформа: Nintendo 3DS, Версия издания: коробочная, Основной продукт: Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns, Язык: английский, Дата релиза: 13.10.2017, Возрастное ограничение: 0+, Срок действия: бессрочный, Серия: Story of Seasons, Тип издания: стандартное, Издатель: Nintendo
With increasing incomes and awareness levels, the needs and consumption in small towns of India are converging with larger, more affluent towns. Though there are fewer affluent and middle class consumers in these smaller towns their tendency to trade-up is often higher than that of their big-city counterparts.Keeping all this view, this project work has been completed on the basis of a survey to study the topic “Demand sensitiveness among rural consumers.This research has been conducted to create an awareness regarding the utility of this topic and prove and they are based on scientific studies.The current issue to check the demand sensitiveness and elasticity level products and services is shows that the rural population is also having sensitiveness towards these topics and they were also having elasticity towards the changes in the specifications and conditions.
Hill towns are one of the most interesting and challenging features to carry any development work and are experiencing high pressure for development. As a result,multi-storied buildings are coming up in core areas and in newly developed areas on the periphery of Indian hill towns. This book provides a comprehensive overview of development of multi-storied buildings in Indian hill towns and insight to different issues related to development of multi-storied buildings in hill towns of India.
The monograph considers scientific-methodical bases to help study a big town’s territorial-functional organization and strategy of development. In the case of Chernivtsi: the town’s territory assimilation and development specificities are disclosed; functional specialization of small taxonomic units (planning districts and zones) is defined; problems of and territorial disproportions in social-economic development are outlined; territory assimilation planning restrictions are assessed and alternatives for the town’s further economic growth are discussed.