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31 January 2010

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The US and Britain by relying on 'trickle down', by the operation of the chargeless market, accept accordingly acutely added asperity - and, in the case of the US, abasement of the bread-and-butter bearings for cogent layers of the citizenry has occurred.

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Globalisation has become a buzzword in the new era of international relations. Basically, it is a process of expanding trade and commerce all over the world by creating a borderless market. But it has had a far reaching effect on many aspects of life. With the development of sophisticated communications media, rapid technological progress, and rapid transportation facilities, the world has come closer. We can now learn in an instant what is happening in the farthest corner of the world and travel to any country in the shortest possible time. Countries of the world are like families in a village. They can even share their joys and sorrows like next-door neighbours. If one country is in distress, others can immediately come to its assistance. If we can build up an atmosphere of mutual understanding and co-operation through this globalisation process, our world could certainly be a better place to live in.

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thanks for being honest. global capitalism has nothing to do with helping people and 'trickle down' has always been a bad excuse for 'trickle up'.

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