The Pros And Cons Of Globalization

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Globalisation has now become an everyday household tenure, used to personify,explain, and justify many current economic and social developments. The term and its common usage convey the imprint that it is theoretically and actually possible for ordinary people and economic actors to get in touch, cooperate and do business with other people and communities world-wide. The expression has also progressively come to be linked with the feeling that economic activity, events and processes have a outline and life of their own determined by globalisation and that we cannot - and should not - do much to alter them. The public at large usually construes a high degree of globalisation and international incorporation to mean andindicate that, we travel more, we communicate with the rest of the world more quickly, we collect images and sounds of news in real time, we are able to buy the same type of car or jeans or burger in Dallas, Rome, Beijing, Moscow or Mexico City, we can do business all over the world. In other words, our consumption, production, exchange, leisure and culture activities are more cohesive with the rest of the world. The globalisation process has indeed brought with it wider and profounderlevels of integration among the countries of the world. The mechanisms and processes of globalisation and the services behind them contribute also to the integration process. In fact the two processes are almost intimate from each other. The luxury and speed of communication

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