Globalization Is The International Trade Of Ideas And Customs Throughout Developing And Developed Countries

1360 Words May 11th, 2015 6 Pages
Globalisation is the international trade of ideas and customs throughout developing and developed countries. Globalisation can impact these countries positively or negatively depending on the interaction whether it be economically, politically, culturally or historically. The involvement of a developed country on another developing country can largely impact both countries by means of how they adapt to the new ideas that were introduced. Globalization can affect anyone and everyone in the world whether or not they are located in a developing or developed country. Globalisation can also connect countries via these spread ideas. An example of a positive impact caused by globalisation is the introducing of new defence and attack methods due to wars such as using ‘ghost guns’ to safely vacate a battle area. An example of a negative impact caused by globalization is how the immigration of people into a new unfounded country can further increase carbon dioxide emissions throughout the globe. Colombia is not given as much credit as it receives because it still is a developing country but is far from being as developing as parts of Africa. Most people might not realise that Colombia’s strengths are agriculture and trade. Colombia has strengths like exporting goods such as crude petroleum, coal, refined petroleum, gold and coffee. Colombia also imports resources such as refined petroleum, cars, computers, delivery trucks and equipment for broadcasting the news. The equipment for…
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