First and foremost,let’s define what is globalisation and benefits.
Globalization is the process of international integration arising from the interchange of world views, products, ideas, and other aspects of culture. Put in simple terms, globalization refers to processes that promote worldwide exchanges of national and cultural resources. Advances in transportation and telecommunications infrastructure, like the rise of the Internet, generating further interdependence of economic and cultural activities. We also define the benefits as all level of people from all developing countries can benefit from globalisation i and help the developing countries to growth.
It’s seems that with globalisation,the world are benefited from different dimensions.Not to mention how it benefits the developing countries,which are insufficient in many ways. But is it the truth? Is globalisation always brings benefits to developing countries? In this debate, our team is going to show you that this statement is not necessarily true by discussing the impacts that globalisation brings on developing countries are more harmful, rather than more beneficial.I will first investigate with the economical side, and the rest of my team mates will continue with the cultural and the environmental aspect and so on.
Let’s start with the economic and human right first.
First point we are going to raise is that globalization actually widen the inequality among developing countries.Indeed,with globalisation,trades are liberalized, The companies doing offshore business all over the world,making contribution to the local employment and growth. We can see workers in developing countries like India and China now have more occupational choices.Undoubtedly,we can see a remarkable...