Globalization commonly refers to the spread and connectedness of production, communication, and technologies across the world. That spread has involved the interlacing of economic and cultural activity. The speed of communication and exchange, the complexity and size of the networks involved, and the sheer volume of trade, interaction and risk give what we now label as “globalization.” For instance, globalization of trade means freer and more intense worldwide trade across national borders.
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