The Impact of Globalization
- 2. The merging of economies through the removal of barriers to trade and the establishment of agreements for the free flow of goods, services, and capital.
- 3. The coexistence and recognition of different cultural or ethnic groups within a society, promoting diversity and inclusivity.
- 7. The exchange and sharing of cultural practices, ideas, and values between different societies or regions.
- 9. The state of being everywhere or universally present.
- 10. The buying and selling of goods and services between countries or regions.
- 13. Companies that operate and have assets or facilities in multiple countries.
- 15. The spread and adoption of technological innovations across different societies or regions.
- 16. Something that stimulates or accelerates a process or change.
- 19. The creation or introduction of new ideas, methods, products, or processes.
- 20. The state of mutual reliance and dependence between individuals, groups, or countries.
- 1. An international organization that promotes and regulates global trade by establishing rules and resolving trade disputes.
- 4. A state of disturbance, turmoil, or significant change.
- 5. The quality of being characterized by constant change, progress, or activity.
- 6. Not restricted or limited by rules or regulations.
- 8. Differences or inequalities, particularly in terms of economic or social conditions.
- 11. The process of increasing interconnectedness and interdependence among countries through the exchange of goods, services, information, and ideas.
- 12. The removal or reduction of government restrictions or regulations on economic activities.
- 14. Relating to the present time or current period.
- 17. The allocation of resources, such as money or capital, into ventures or projects with the expectation of future profit.
- 18. To treat or push someone or something to the edges or outskirts, often resulting in their exclusion or decreased significance.