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### ISDS 265 TEST 2

Course: ISDS 265, Spring 2011
School: CSU Fullerton
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1.0- Globalization Mainly European countries are globalizing, Power is the primary driver, industries changed slowly. Evolution brought the world from size large to medium. Globalization 2.0- Companies are globalizing. Reduction in transportation and telecom-communications costs. Mainly Europe and America involved. Globalization 3.0- Individuals and small groups are globalizing. Faster pace of change. Emergence of...

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