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Globalization Benefits

Globalization Benefits

One of the most profound changes in the mindset of nations and international policies has been globalization, and there are many undoubted globalization benefits that countries are deriving maximum profit from today.

 

There are still a few countries that are completely closed to the outside world, and refuse to acknowledge the role of globalization in their own development, since they feel that globalization benefits and disadvantages are interlinked. This ignorance will be banished sooner rather than later, and it is only a matter of time before the entire world starts functioning as one single entity.

 

Globalization is a fairly broad term that can be defined as the social, cultural and economic integration of several different countries, thus enabling the exchange of resources, information, know how, technology and other capital factors.

 

The fact that countries from all around the world can enjoy free trade with some other countries is just one of the many positive effects of globalization. Among others one can mention: rise in competition, which benefits the customers and the economy on a whole, and raises the standard of living of everybody; rise in technology and know how, because as newer cultures and technologies are opened to a particular country, their knowledge base also grows and expands simultaneously; rise in opportunities, i.e. more jobs available to people, this gives people the chance to grow economically and socially; rise in tolerance, i.e. a rise in education levels and the spread of culture from one part of the world to another; rise in investment levels (Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) helps industries and native cities grow at a rapid pace).



 

There are plenty of globalization benefits to be enjoyed and this is something that every country in the world should steadfastly embrace.

 

By Rahul Thadani

 

Globalization Benefits

One of the most profound changes in the mindset of nations and international policies has been globalization, and there are many undoubted globalization benefits that countries are deriving maximum profit from today.

 

There are still a few countries that are completely closed to the outside world, and refuse to acknowledge the role of globalization in their own development, since they feel that globalization benefits and disadvantages are interlinked. This ignorance will be banished sooner rather than later, and it is only a matter of time before the entire world starts functioning as one single entity.

 

Globalization is a fairly broad term that can be defined as the social, cultural and economic integration of several different countries, thus enabling the exchange of resources, information, know how, technology and other capital factors.

 

The fact that countries from all around the world can enjoy free trade with some other countries is just one of the many positive effects of globalization. Among others one can mention: rise in competition, which benefits the customers and the economy on a whole, and raises the standard of living of everybody; rise in technology and know how, because as newer cultures and technologies are opened to a particular country, their knowledge base also grows and expands simultaneously; rise in opportunities, i.e. more jobs available to people, this gives people the chance to grow economically and socially; rise in tolerance, i.e. a rise in education levels and the spread of culture from one part of the world to another; rise in investment levels (Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) helps industries and native cities grow at a rapid pace).



 

There are plenty of globalization benefits to be enjoyed and this is something that every country in the world should steadfastly embrace.

 

By Rahul Thadani

 


Date: 2015-12-24; view: 1252


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