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in recent years despite strong population growth in poor countries. If the proportion living in poverty had not fallen since 1987 alone a further 215million people would be living in extreme poverty today.5
"Position Paper"There will be new prospects in rural India. The growth of Indian economy very much depends upon rural participation in the global race. After implementing the new economic policy the role of villages got its own significance because of its unique outlook and branding methods. For example food processing and packaging are the one of the area where new entrepreneurs can enter into a big way. It may be organised in a collective way with the help of co-operatives to meet the global demand.Recommend one (1) policy action based on your analysis of a set of alternatives. Provide arationale for your recommendationUnderstanding the current status of globalisation is necessary for setting course for future. For all nations to reap the full benefits of globalisation it is essential to create a level playing field.President Bush's recent proposal to eliminate all tariffs on all manufactured goods by 2015 will doit. In fact it may exacerbate the prevalent inequalities. According to this proposal, tariffs of 5% or less on all manufactured goods will be eliminated by 2005 and higher than 5% will be lowered to 8%. Starting 2010 the 8% tariffs will be lowered each year until they are eliminated by 2015.ConclusionGlobalization is neither good nor bad.It all depends on what we make of it — the extent to which we are able to exploit the opportunities and at the same time limit the risks. I believe thatto alleviate world poverty, we need more, not less, globalization — but above all a better globalization. In other words, globalization requires political management. I welcome the critical debate on globalization, which should help us to find workable solutions for a better globalization.6
"Position Paper""References"Raadschelders, J. C. N., Vigoda-Gadot, E., & Kisner, M. (2015). Global dimensions of publicadministration and governance: A competitive voyage. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.ues%20in%20globalization&utm_content7