Pros And Cons Of Globalization

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Globalization is a worldwide process of integration. It’s driven by international trade and investment, and is sped up by technology. There are many different things it affects in different ways, such as economics, culture, politics, etc. Economically, globalization means unimpeded and quicker movement of people, acquisition of capital, labor, products, and currency among nations. Politically, it means better coordination among governments and international and non-government organizations. In promoting international human rights and providing relief drive and rescue operations during disasters, coordination like this is very important. Culturally, globalization cultivates the use of the English language in educational matters, economic transactions, and diplomatic relations. Due to the rise of technology, the lifestyle of the West has been popularized in many non-Western nations. Globalization also propagates cultural exchange and communication among nations. Some signs of globalization are quicker and increased world trade, increase in the accumulation of capital, prominent technology transfer, prominent cultural exchange, and the wearing away of national sovereignty and national borders through acclamation to international agreements such as WTO and OPEC. Some more signs could be greater international travel/immigration and improved global telecommunications and financial systems. While it is hard to say whether globalization is good or not, it does have its pros

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