The Effectiveness of Globalization
If you look at the tag on the back of your shirt, chances are you would see that it was made in a country other than the one you are living in right now. Have you ever eaten a happy meal when you were a child? Or received a stuffed animal as a birthday gift? What do you remember the bottom of all the toys or tags? Most likely they said that they were made in China! This international exchange is just a few examples of globalization.
Globalization is far from being a new phenomenon in our country as well as countries around the globe. The term globalization can be defined in many different ways, but when used in an economic context as of which will ...view middle of the document...
In order to create a common ground and strive towards common goals there is a need for government officials to be open to communicating and working with each other. Companies such as Dell, IBM, Sony, Coca-Cola Company, and Capitol One all work together to have their goods and products sold all over the world.
I support globalization, because it supports free trade between different countries. The unity of companies across differing countries will optimistically bring the world together, the development of war between countries would hopefully be less than average due to the working together of companies, and there would be a spread of new democratic ideas throughout various countries. Therefore, as more money is invested into developing countries, there is a greater chance for the people in those countries to economically thrive and increase their standard of living. All of these qualities and characteristics of globalization will help not only our nation, but other developing nations as well. I have emphasized the importance of unity between countries throughout this paper, because I believe that it is one of the main achievements of globalization and can only hope that it will continue.
I feel that globalization as a whole unites the world by allowing different countries to trade goods for the exchanging of cash or other products, and that this trade will open up doors for communication for matters related to something other than just business. (Peace treaties, open alliances, United Nations offices.)
Wikipedia.com makes a strong statement when it says, “Supporters of free trade claim that it increases economic prosperity as well as opportunity, especially among developing nations, enhances civil liberties and leads to a more efficient...