Is globalisation exaggerated?

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Shows how international trade is not much more important now than it was a century ago, and documents the "new global economy" media fad.
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Positive: 57 %
Globalization: Myths and Realities. By Lee Sustar. OVER THE past several years, ... Not only is the novelty of "globalization" exaggerated, so is its extent.
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Positive: 54 %

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Strategic View with Walter Kemmsies The freight movement industry has had a lot to worry about — the drawn out, often hesitant economic recovery ...
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Positive: 57 %
1. Globalization in the History of Ideas. The term globalization has only become commonplace in the last two decades, and academic commentators ...
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Positive: 52 %
The most commonly voiced fears about globalization could be exaggerated, if not unfounded. ... "How Globalization Is Changing the World."
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Positive: 38 %
The dominant idea of contemporary bourgeois thinking is that increasing international integration of economic activity, or “globalisation ...
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Positive: 15 %

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