Category: World Literature
Globalization is the result of economic and product exchange between countries in exchange of service or any forms of business related that contributes to the economy of certain country. Despite of the industrialization development where most of the country from the north are cope with these changes while other countries are not. There are several advantages and disadvantages of the economic global changes. Some of the reasons of these effects of globalization from certain country such as poverty and inequality. What makes the country poor? What are the factors that contributes inequality? The economic and trade globalization are the result where multi companies from different countries compete each other because of their personal goals. Inequality constitutes to the product prices where certain products are much cheaper from other country compare to other places because of the factors and one of this factor is the product materials. Materials is very important in making the product since the product availability is depend on the business needed. Just like from China most of the products came from China are very cheap. Products are cheaper in China because the labor cost and the product materials availability is much cheaper resulting the products are affordable. Just like in other country where same products are much higher in price where there is a quite difference when you compare to the labor cost and materials. The product price may affordable or not depending on the cost of both expenses contributes to the product. In the other side of globalization especially to the developed countries where there is an oppression of economic trends resulting of poverty and inequalities also. Developed countries are not considered to be in state of high technology state of facility where there is less investor to invest in this certain country. The government must focuses to this type of problems of resolving the gap and troubleshoot the problems to persuade other investors. Less investor then less capital and there is a great effect to the entire community where if no one will invest to this community then no products will produce, no opportunity jobs will be given, no market trends values and most of all the community will suffer that will lead to poverty. To promote the harmonious trend in economic globalization the community and the government must unite themselves. The government will impose fair base economic activity that will protect both consumers and investors. The government will protect the right of the workers also and to balance the demand versus the supplies to avoid conflict that resulting to high cost of products. The government will not protect the big business owners as well as to the micro owners of business. The government will provide a business opportunity to the people who want to engage in business by allowing them to borrow small capital with low interest rates that enables them to start small business. This time, economic globalization can greatly helped the community to avoid poverty. The good amendments of law that supports the economic globalization will make the country economic better performance that will result to make more opportunities. This time we can avoid the conflict such as poverty and inequalities.

Economic Globalization, Poverty and Inequality

Globalization is the result of economic and product exchange between countries in exchange of service or any forms of business related that contributes to the economy of certain country. Despite of the industrialization development where most of the country from the north are cope with these changes while other countries are not. There are several […]

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In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust

In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust

Marcel Proust was born on July 10, 1871 in the Paris suburb of Auteuil. His father, Dr. Adrien Proust, was one of France’s most distinguished scientists. His mother, Jeanne Weil, was a well-educated woman who loved the great classic writers of the 17th century, especially Molière and Racine. Marcel’s only sibling, Robert, was born in […]

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Don Quixote By Miguel de Cervantes

Don Quixote By Miguel de Cervantes

About the Author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra He was born in 1547 to a poor Spanish doctor. He joined the army at twenty-one and fought against Turkey at sea and Italy on land. In 1575, pirates kidnapped Cervantes and his brother and sold them as slaves to the Moors, the longtime Muslim adversaries of Catholic […]

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The Visitation of Gods By. Gilda Cordovero Fernando

The Visitation of Gods By. Gilda Cordovero Fernando

What other conditions stemming from their class does the writer emphasize?   The conditions stemmed from their class does the writer emphasize about the Filipino idealism which is not possible to sustain the interests within the educational system. From the literary text wherein Ms. Noel made a statement where the evaluation is looks like “play” […]

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Ode to a Nightingale by John Keats

My heart aches, and a drowsy numbness pains My sense, as though of hemlock I had drunk, Or emptied some dull opiate to the drains One minute past, and Lethe-wards had sunk: ‘Tis not through envy of thy happy lot, But being too happy in thine happiness,— That thou, light-winged Dryad of the trees In […]

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