globalisation globalisation

Definition(s):

  • (n) growth to a global or worldwide scale

Usage(s):

  1. I wish to know your thoughts on the future of globalisation and the approach western leaders will take to support it or deny it.
  2. The outflow of Filipino workers is about supply and demand, globalisation and economic growth.
  3. It is about globalisation and economic growth.

News

  1. Globalisation - What it takes to Win - Investment into the UK Webinar - Presented by CFO Magazine, UK Trade and ...

    SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Globalisation - What it takes to Win - Investment into the UK Webinar - Presented by CFO Magazine, UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) and Nair & Co.
    on June 24, 2013     Source: Business Wire

  2. Advent looks for aquirer to enable TMAT Ltd to accelerate its ambitious global plans

    Advent Partners LLP has instructed Orbis Partners LLP to divest its interests in TMAT Ltd, which it has helped transform from a promising manufacturing business into one that is now turning over between £10 - £15m and has ambitious plans for globalisation. (PRWeb June 20, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10849702.htm
    on June 20, 2013     Source: PRWeb

Quotes

  1. "A certain idea of globalisation is drawing to a close with the end of a financial capitalism that had imposed its logic on the whole economy and contributed to perverting it," Sarkozy told some 4,000 supporters at a rally in southern France.
    on Sep 25, 2008 By: Nicolas Sarkozy Source: Reuters

  2. "This G-8 summit must bring hope to those without hope, food to those without food," Mr Zoellick said. "For globalisation to succeed...... it must be both inclusive and sustainable."
    on Jul 7, 2008 By: Robert Zoellick Source: Telegraph.co.uk

  3. "This, if we do nothing, will lead to a new form of protectionism, a retreat of globalisation and a reduction of trade and cross-border activity which will be followed quickly by the old trade protectionism of the past," Brown said. "This is...
    on Jan 30, 2009 By: Gordon Brown Source: Reuters UK

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