Globalization. English Subject Curriculum. Culture , society and literature The aims of the studies are to enable pupils to elaborate on and discuss a number of international and global challenges. What Is Globalisation?.
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Culture, society and literature
1 - Liberalization of world markets involves less restrictions on trade
Factors influencing globalisation include:
Although globalisation probably is helping to create more wealth in developing countries – it is not helping to close the
gap between the world's poorest countries and the world's richest.
However not all people think that globalisation is such a great idea. Critics include many different groups such as
environmentalists, anti-poverty campaigners and trade-unionists.
Some of the negative impacts they point to are:
Anti-globalisation campaigners sometimes try to draw people's attention to these points by demonstrating against the
World Trade Organisation, an inter-governmental organisation which promotes the free-flow of trade around the
International business is aided by
a number of international
Defenders of globalization argue
By Nina Sandström Angelsen
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