Globalization can be described as a process by which the people of the world are unified into a single society and function together. This process is a combination of economic, technological, sociocultural and political forces. It's a movement of people, goods, capital and ideas due to increased economic integration. Globalization is a controversial issue mainly because different groups interpret it in different ways. For its opponents globalization is a threatening word. It prompts visions of large multinationals dominating the world in pursuit of ever-higher profits. Many pressure groups fear that globalization threatens the environment as well as national cultures - they predict that it will make the rich nations richer and the developing countries even poorer than they are. But its supporters have another point of view. They believe that increasing and freer trade between nations will offer prosperity and economic growth for all countries and businesses.
I would like to tell you about advantages of this process at first. The advantages of globalization are numerous. First of all, now, it is possible to have truly global communication. Someone in Africa can talk to someone in Canada in real time. Or, someone in the United States can email a friend in India and have it arrive in their mailbox in less than one minute. The transmission of information over the internet is making people who live in underdeveloped countries aware of what is possible. The advantages of globalization mean that news is transmitted around the world as it happens. It is a lot harder to keep people in the dark about events in the rest of the world.
More than that , globalization makes travel easier whether in very populated or very rural areas. Food and medical supplies can now quickly reach locations that need them. Countries get together to play in international competitions, such as the Olympics or for other world titles, such as in soccer,