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Globalisation is a concept of creating connections between different countries or is a process of uniting the whole world. Since the late 20th century, globalisation has been dramatically increasing as countries have started to realize that it’s very beneficial. This includes rising of Country’s economy, improvement in citizen’s living standard and good communication between different countries. Moreover, it has become very easy to travel around the world. The process of globalisation involves international trading and technological communication.

In many countries, primary and secondary products are not sufficient to satisfy people’s wants so the citizens have started to import goods which are available in other countries. As they need money to import, they have started to export goods which are available in large amount in their own country. This helps the economy to rise and improves people’s living standards.

Since Robert E.Kahn and Vint Cerf have invented internet, globalisation has dramatically increased. It has become cheaper and easier to communicate with people from all over the world. Many businessmen have started to operate their businesses around the world via internet, which has improved the efficiency of the work and its speed of production. This leads to the rise of economy and as the economy starts rising, it gets the opportunity to compete internationally.

Using a common language to communicate to different people around the world is a good way to increase globalisation. It has become very easy for business and leisure travelers to travel around the world since English has been made the international language.

Another good way to increase globalisation is to use a common currency all over the world. It has become very easy to travel around the world as many countries have been using dollar for international trading for more than 20 years.

Due to globalisation, poor countries have finally started to develop and ‘developing...
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