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Sentence count:90+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-23Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: globalizationneutralisationindustrialisationglobalizeglobalgloballyglobal warmingprivatisationMeaning: n. growth to a global or worldwide scale. 
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1 Globalisation is a catch-all to describe increased international trade.
2 We don't raise our fists or reject globalisation.
3 But globalisation has created a vacuum of responsibility.
4 A march against globalisation erupted into violence in Barcelona.
5 London: Granta, 1998. 19 Hoogvelt A.. Globalisation and the post-colonial world.
6 So unless some action is taken to shape globalisation the world will grow more dangerous and volatile.
7 The extent of economic globalisation is illustrated by the recent enormous growth in trade and foreign capital flows.
8 That it may even have been strengthened by globalisation will have come as an even greater shock.
9 Capitalist globalisation is increasingly emptying the old nation states of their capacity for serious political intervention.
10 Globalisation, Giddens seems to say, is about giving every villager in the Andes a Nokia internet-enabled mobile phone.
11 Uniting against globalisation is not the same as uniting against capitalism.
12 The globalisation of capital, business and governance is being matched by the globalisation of opposition.
13 Globalisation has been one factor forcing prices down, but privatisation and increased regulation have led to a tougher competitive environment.
14 Those who set the monstrosity of globalisation in train seek in vain to dissociate themselves from the effects of their actions.
15 Similarly, it was argued that globalisation spread a company's exposure to geographical vicissitudes of local economies.
16 Is globalisation for the few or for the many, Prime Minister?
17 Globalisation has spawned its own opposition in the form of non-governmental organisations.
18 If the onward march of globalisation can not be halted, the case for a more effective regional policy has become unassailable.
19 Voters are animated by new fears about global warming, genetically modified crops and globalisation.
20 The reasons they switched their allegiance included anxiety about globalisation, a rejection of political corruption and fear of immigration.
21 We should look at corporate greed, investor stupidity and lack of backbone within national governments as the down side of globalisation.
22 As the fuel protests showed, the main constraint on government is public opinion, not globalisation or corporate power.
23 During those six years Salgado, the economist who became a photographer, took pictures of the face of globalisation.
24 They were there to discuss strategies for slowing down the whirlwind of globalisation.
25 In response to the protesters, Western policymakers often trot out the line that globalisation is good for the poor.
26 The intelligence estimate portrays the pandemic as the bad side of globalisation.
27 The changes during the Nixon administration unintentionally paved the way for the uneven rise of globalisation.
28 The legal market is being driven by economic rationalisation, demographic saturation, marketplace maturation,( consumer-driven deregulation and globalisation.
29 It says devolution, the Good Friday peace agreement and globalisation have undermined the notion of Britishness.
30 The debt relief campaign throws into stark relief the central contradiction of globalisation: it is to do with time.
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