What is Globalization?

Globalization is a process of linking trade and commerce throughout the globe.  

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Globalization is the process of growing and expanding business, services or technologies all through the world.

Extraordinary advancements in transport and communication technologies have added to the growth of globalization

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Free flow of goods, capital, technology, and labour are the four pillars of globalization. A country cannot ignore the globalization and developments occurring in the rest of the world.   

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Over 70% of the earth is covered by seas full of salty water. Only a very small amount of water that is in rivers and under the earth is available to people for drinking and other uses. Further much of the land on earth is covered with plants.

Globalization is operational at three levels i.e. economic globalization, cultural globalization, and political globalization. It enables cultural exchange among the global population. Globalization gives students from underdeveloped and developing countries more quality learning opportunities. One can order any item from anywhere simply sitting at home.

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Globalization lets the producers and manufacturers of the goods or products trade their goods internationally without any constraint.

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Globalization has made the world into one very small community where we all interact and learn about other cultures and civilisations different from ours. Globalization in India has led to a huge cash flow from developed nations in the Indian market.

 It is argued that Globalization is just westernisation as most cultures and beliefs are being influenced by western culture and belief and this harms cultural diversity.

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Globalization has turned out to be a serious threat to the cottage and small-scale industries as they have to compete with the products of multi-national companies.

Globalization is also blamed to have paved the way for human trafficking, labour exploitation and the spread of infectious diseases too.

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Globalization has been a blessing for the consumers however grave for the small-scale Indian producers. Globalization is to be practised without compromising the Indian value system.

Globalization is certainly needed by society and country to go ahead and become a developed society and nation

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