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understanding globalization

understanding globalization - Ahmed-Hani El-Sharkawy Ec2379...

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Ahmed-Hani El-Sharkawy Ec2379 Professor Sherilynn Perelli BA2020 Understanding Globalization Many of the products we own and use everyday are not only manufactured here in the United States but across the globe. In fact after looking at my inventory and seeing where they were manufactured the majority of our products are manufactured overseas. From electronics, to clothes, to automobiles, each type of product seems to have a common trend with where it was manufactured. Most of my clothes were manufactured here in America or in Mexico which is still in North America. While my electronics, like televisions, computers, and video games were manufactured in countries in Southeast Asia like China, Taiwan, and Japan. Other products such as furniture and woodwork were manufactured in a variety of places like Europe, China, and the Middle East. There are many products that I have that are manufactured here in America, but many of them just small items such as books, clothes, and hygiene products. The bigger products that were manufactured here in America were a few of my family’s vehicles, them being Chrysler and Ford cars. A lot of our furniture was manufactured in Europe and in the Middle East, a developing area.
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