Does Globalisation have a Good or Bad Impact on Businesses?
Globalisation is a process where all countries of the world are becoming linked together in every aspect of life, in effect making the whole world a one massive country. (Daniels et al., 2007) A good example of the global product is coca-cola because you can buy it in almost every country in the world. (Rugman, 2003) Countries are trading with each other, even transferring businesses to other countries to become more efficient. A result of this is that the wealth of rich countries has been shifting to the poorer countries. This has led to a slower growth and unemployment in the richer countries as all the production has moved to poorer countries where they can take advantage of their resources and labour force. (Adler N J, 2008)
Globalisation is not only about trade but also sharing of information and technology between countries. Many of the world’s governments have got together to make it easier to trade together by getting rid of regulations. It has become possible now that countries like Russia, China and even Korea are willing to talk and trade more, even though they are still communists and previously were very reserved. They have made it possible for multinationals and other companies now to trade with them. (Daniels et al., 2007)
Globalisation has been increasing in recent years thanks to modern technology, communications such as internet that has enabled people to keep in touch everywhere in the world which helps with the control of multinational companies.…
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