The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Globalization

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A Toyota car is made by a Japanese corporation but it is not fully produced in Japan. For example, the front of the car is produced in England, the engines are produced in Japan, the tires in China and the headlights are from France. That is the definition of Globalization. Globalization is when the world, or parts of the world come together from different nations and countries to produce or improve something. Through globalization different areas in the world come closer together and an active change of goods between the countries take place, which means more affordable products for people. However, not only does globalization help with exchange of products and economics between countries, but also through globalization, different countries adapt and exchange services, knowledge, cultural goods and even languages between each other. Just like everything in the world has its advantages and disadvantages, so does globalization. As much as globalization helps the world, it also harms the world and it harms us as well. Globalization destroys the environment, it can ruin local economies and can lead to super hyper-specialization. Even though globalization harms the world in a lot of ways, it also benefits the world in even more ways, and I totally support it. As mentioned before, everything in the world has its advantages and disadvantages, and so does globalization. As much harm as globalization does, it also helps the world in a variety of ways. For starters, globalization
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