Globalization - Topic 1: It is claimed that globalization...

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Topic 1: It is claimed that globalization is the culprit of the world's increased poverty due to its negative impacts on the developing economies. Do you agree? Intro: Globalization is the culprit of the world's increased poverty due to its negative impacts on the countries. My opinion: Those opinions are true. Reason: - creates a considerable amount of employment - makes the environment negative impacts - existence of sweatshops Body: 1. Para 1: Reduction of jobs. Ex: - a single factory of BMW (200 workers replaced by 30 engineers to running the machines) - Implementation of FTA and NAFTA, employment figures have fallen. 2. Para 2: damages from large industries Ex: - Pantanal region: the soy farmers are trying to dredge the rivers 3. Para 3: the existence of sweatshops Ex: - horrendous working condition, long hours, no bathroom breaks, union organizers getting beaten or killed - woman and children tricked into bondage - Only Western companies win cheap labor, consumers win cheap commodities, corporate CEOs win eight-figure salaries 4. Para 4: - globalization is responsible for making the gap between the rich and the poor wider Ex: world foreign investments reached a record level of $865 billion, 76% of that was invested in the industrialized nations. Of the rest, 82% went to top ten nations with stronger economics in
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