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Unformatted text preview: people . Overall, globalization is an unstoppable movement. As long as corporations are driven by profit, they will continue to expand their market, no matter what the outcome . In my opinion, I am for globalization. I believe that it brings about more benefit than detriment with the chief benefit being that goods are made available throughout the world for a lower price. Even though it does reduce jobs somewhat, this is just a sign that we need more industries for people to be employed in. Globalization will eventually bring services and goods to countries which are not rich enough to provide them on their own. This will also employ people overseas which will improve their economies. Although there are some negative aspects of globalization, I feel the positives outweigh them. Lowered prices, increased availability of goods, helps in development of poorer countries Reduces jobs in richer countries, causes illegal immigration, has potential to exploit cheap labor...
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course ECO 215 taught by Professor Mirimiani during the Spring '08 term at Bryant.
- Spring '08