Globalization

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Globalization

  1. 1. GLOBALIZATION IS A FREE MOVEMENT OF GOODS, SERVICES, INFORMATION, CAPITAL, PEOPLE AND TECHNOLOGY FROM ONE COUNTERY ON INTERNATIONAL LEVEL. GLOBALIZATION COULD ALSO BE REFERRED TO THE GLOBAL SPREAD OF IDEAS AND LANGUAGES.
  2. 2.  GLOBALIZATION IS THE PROCESS BY WHICH BUSINESS OR THAT ORGANIZATION DEVELOP INTERNATIONAL INFLUENCE OR START OPERATING ON AN INTERLIZATIONAL SCALE.
  3. 3.  CLOTHES, SHOES, ELECTRONICS, ANYTHING MADE IN ANOTHER COUNTERY AND THEN IMPORTED SOMEWHERE ELSE .  EVEN THE INTERNET IS A GOOD EXAMPLE OF GLOBALIZATION.
  4. 4.  EASIER TO COMMUNICATE THROUGHOUT THE BOUNDARIES.  INTERNATIONAL TRADE.  CULTUREAL INTERCHANGE.  THE TRANSPORTATION OF PRODUCT IS EASIER AND FAST.  REDUCTION OF WAR.
  5. 5.  GLOBALIZATION CREATES UNEMPLOYMENT IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES.  THE BUSINESS AND THE BIG COMPANIES ARE THE ONLY WINNER IN GLOBLIZATION  IT CAN INCREASE SPREAD OF COMMUNICATION DISEASES.  HARMFULL EFFECTS ON SMALL INDUSTRIES AND SMALL BUSINESS.  HARMFULL EFFECT OF CONSUMERISUM.  COMPANIES FACE MUCH GREATER COMPETITION .
  6. 6. POSITIVE EFFECTS HIGHER LIVING STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE NEGATIVE EFFECTS CUT THROAT COMPETITIONS RISE IN MONOPOLY

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