This article talks about what is globalization; the revolutions which led to globalization; developments due to globalization; actors involved in globalization; pros & cons of globalization.
“Made in Jordan” or “Made in China”. How many times have you come across that line while buying products in your sundry shopping, may it be clothes or stationery? Quite a few times, isn’t it? It is actually hard to find a product made in...
During 3rd Quarter 2015, China ordered almost $40Billion of new aircraft from America's Boeing Co., complicating the new Space Race as well as international business and economy.
American consumers spend substantial amounts of money on foreign goods. Occasionally, some decide to protest foreign products that they feel forward too much money overseas. They prefer US products.
Not only did Automobile and parts industries make a comeback, they were joined by Trucking, Engineering, Robotics, Healthcare, and Alternative Energy as well.
The Greater Richmond Area in Central Virgina is home to over 1,000,000 people and half a million workers. New techologies especially contribute to the continuing growth of the area in population and economy. A variety of other Industry Clusters is also well represented.
This article talks about how Australia is connected to the world through tourism, sports, communication, migration and trade.
Without the powerful language English, connecting nations all over the world would have been something impossible. Communication is very crucial in any field, whether it is business, medicine, transport, technology, trade or marketing. English is...
This hub discusses how McDonalds around the world has achieved success by embracing globalization. It thinks globally and acts locally.
This hub examines the Nike Sweatshop Debate, and addresses the following: 1) Summarizes Nike's case focusing on key points 2) Describes the legal, cultural, and ethical challenges that confront Nike as a global business. 3) ...