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Culture is a kind of education which people learn from group behaviour throughout time and through which they develop individual personalities. Culture is a composition of attitude, belief, behaviour, religion, language, values, customs, food, dress, etc. (Jervis, 2006). In fact, culture is the knowledge which people use to understand the events taking place around them and to produce social behaviour (Hodgets et. Al., 2006).
In 2010, 63.2% of the world’s GDP was contributed by service sector while only 30.8% was done by industrial sector and the rest by agriculture (CIA World Factbook, 2010)
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