Globalisation has helped many of the world’s poorest countries to achieve higher rates of economic growth and reduce the number living in extreme poverty – for example

Globalisation has helped many of the world’s poorest countries to achieve higher rates of economic growth and reduce the number living in extreme poverty – for example, significant progress has been made in China and India and notable in a number of sub-Saharan African countries whose annual growth of real GDP has often exceeded 10% is the process by which the world is becoming increasingly interconnected as a result of massively increased trade and cultural exchange. Globalisation has increasedoney and capital investment, knowledge, cultural values, and environmental pollutants. It also refers to the increased interdependence among nation-states and supranational institutions and to increased connectivity among people’s movements for a more democratic and humane society. Globalization has economic, political, cultural, spatial, and environmental aspects. Causes and impacts of globalization are hotly debated. Some claim that we live in a historically unique globalized world, with a single world

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