Globalisation Benefits Everyone.Discuss

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GLOBALISATION BENEFITS EVERYONE.DISCUSS.
In recent days, our world is changing more and more every day. Globalisation refers to the increasing global relationships of culture, people and economic activity. It is generally used to refer to economic globalization: the global distribution of the production of goods and services, through reduction of barriers to international trade such as tariffs, export fees, and import quotas and the reduction of restrictions on the movement of capital and on investment. The term can also refer to the transnational circulation of ideas, languages, and popular culture. The objective of this essay is to decide if globalisation may contribute to economic growth in developed and developing countries. In one hand, the mobility has increased. There are more flights per day than some years before. Flight companies have more freedom to flight from one country to another one and there are some low cost flight companies where you could buy cheap flight tickets. Another good reason for globalization, world is nowadays strongly connected with Internet. It is a big net where you can find a lot of information, shared photos, music, histories and friends. You could also get in touch with your friends, who stay far away, and know new friends in chats or group of discussion. It is a good way also to find new friends with the music: you can find so many small groups from different countries who put their music in their web pages. In the other hand, the globalization is creating a gap between countries because there are countries, the undeveloped countries, which are getting poorer and the big countries are getting richer. The reason is that multinational companies have too much power and they are exploiting workers, even child, in poorer areas because they don’t pay them enough money for making brand clothes, shoes or accessories, and later this things are selling in rich countries by a large amount of money. Multinational companies are...
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