How social and political trends are challenging economy
Over the past few decades, globalisation has become such an intrinsic part of our lives that it is difficult to imagine any other professional and economic climate. Younger generations take it for granted, enjoying clothes and high-tech appliances made overseas, knowing they can choose where to study, travel or live. Older generations appreciate that business transactions have replaced belligerent exchanges. Better international transportation links, more open borders and technological progress, have all contributed to globalisation. These evolutions have shrunk time and space throughout the world and within international and financial trade.
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