globalise globalise

Definition(s):

  • (v) make world-wide in scope or application

News

  • Saudi's SABIC expects to enter U.S. shale market this year

    DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 22 (Reuters) - Saudi Basic Industries (SABIC) is in talks with several U.S. firms to invest in the U.S. shale gas industry, and expects to enter that market this year, chief executive Mohamed al-Mady said on Wednesday. This will be great for SABIC and will globalise our operations," he said. Last year Mady said SABIC, one of the world's biggest petrochemical producers ...
    on January 22, 2014     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! Finance

Quotes

  1. Speaking on the topic, Mr. Ackermann said, "If parts (of the cost of the tax) are paid out of the bonus pool, we would seek to globalise it."
    on Dec 18, 2009 By: Josef Ackermann Source: TopNews United Kingdom (blog)

  2. "They (the International Cricket Council) are turning cricket into baseball. In their bid to further commercialise and globalise the sport they are ruining its traditional character and spirit," Miandad told Reuters on Sunday.
    on Sep 23, 2007 By: Javed Miandad Source: Reuters UK

  3. "This will be the biggest sporting event in South Australian history," Mr Rann said today. "What Lance wants to do is to use his comeback to really globalise his campaign to raise awareness and also raise funding for research into cancer...
    on Sep 23, 2008 By: Mike Rann Source: Stuff.co.nz

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