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who knows, who cares, it is incredibly stupid language used by people who think something is more important if it has long convoluted words and form. These people are in the same gang as those who say, 'why use five words when i can get away with 29.' Don't know where you're from, but, in the United Kingdom, we have the Plain English Society that attempts to counter this sort of gibberish.
It dramatically speed up the economic development of the developing countries.
I don't know who came up with the idea that globalization is a new thing, but he should have been given a middle school history textbook. Those who talk about the new advent of globalization do not think about such things as arabic numbers introduced to Europe, Magellan traveling from Portugal all the way to China, the Mongols conquering much of the then known world, Hadrianus in Rome building a wall in northern England. These are just a few examples that come to my mind. Come on people, THINK, use your heads, don't just accept what others say.
by cagedncrazy8 years ago
Correct me if i'm wrong. Within the last 100 years, great effort has gone towards globalization. It started with the rich, and is now coming into reality through the political. Great efforts have been made in order for...
by Deng Xiang6 years ago
Do you support globalisation? Why or why not?This debate will continue indefinitely, but it is worthwhile to keep in mind how we can make the most out of globalisation and minimise the harmful effects it creates.
by Grace Marguerite Williams5 years ago
The world is becoming ever increasingly globalized. Nations no longer think by their own natural parameters. Nations are beginning to views themselves as part of the whole. President Obama...
by Jyoti Kothari9 years ago
Jai singh kothari,Finance editor of a daily news paper told me 10 years back that globalization would change the entire scennario of business.He spelt four options to livelyhood:1.Be a very big business owner2. Join...
by he-min7 years ago
Is globalisation completely transforming the nation state in india
by Celine Joseph15 months ago
Is globalisation destroying culture?
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