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Organizations such as promote financial support of "Global South" entrepreneurship in 40 different countries such as Cambodia, Nigeria and Bolivia for as little as $25US. Operating with a default rate of .14%, this type of global hand up, rather than hand out, enables local men and women to stay in their villages, rather than have to travel to distance cities to find work, and provides economic freedom.

06/10/2011 · This phenomenon affects the economy, business life, society and environment in different ways, ..
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Globalisation and the environment Introduction

Since 1999, total petroleum consumption has declined by 1% per year in Japan, while in the U.S. it has increased by 0.8% per year. Part of the reason is that their economy has been growing at a slower rate (1.6% per year in Japan versus 2.7% per year in the U.S.). But part also is explained by different energy-use habits…

Globalisation and multinational corporations impact on economies of less developed countries and how the World Bank and IMP have entrenched poverty in some
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The fear for many indigenous groups is that this global pressure on their culture is only going to lead to the erosion of their traditional values to the point that the diversity of culture in the world will be slowly whittled away to the point that there will be only one large homogeneous culture world wide. The consumeristic nature of globalization is often contrary to traditional indigenous values. Globalization does not take into consideration cultural and socioeconomic circumstances. Instead, it looks to further the interests of the larger, more influential countries and corporations which are the impetus behind its spread.

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