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 GLOBALISATION
Greeting.
To make it easier for you to follow, our presentation will be devided into 4 parts: + in the very first part, we will give you an overview of globalization as well as its origin and development. +next comes the pros and cons of this worldwide trend.

+then, we will specialize in the Vietnamese economy before and after participating in the international integration +the final part of our speech will offer you great details of both the economic benefits and challenges that are presented to Vietnam in the global era. Our presentation should take about 45 minutes. Don’t worry if you can’t absorb all the info cuz we have prepared lots of handouts. And if you have any questions, it will be appreciated if you can leave them till the end of our speech. So let’s start with the first part.

To begin, I want to raise a simple question.
+What do you think globalization is?
*Definition:  Globalisation is a process where an increased proportion of economic, social and cultural activity is carried out across national borders. +The origins and development of globalization.

The historical origins of globalization are the subject of on-going debate. Though several scholars situate the origins of globalization in the modern era, others regard it as a phenomenon with a long history. To simplify the issue, we can divide the interconnection process into three main periods: archaic globalization, proto-globalisation and modern integration.

*archaic globalization: Archaic globalization referred to globalizing events and developments from the time of the earliest civilizations until roughly 1600. Even as early as the Prehistoric period, the roots of modern globalization could be found. Territorial expansion by our ancestors to all five continents as well as the development of argriculture was a critical factor in establishing globalization. An early form of globalized economics and culture existed during the Hellenistic Age, when commercialized urban...
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