Can you define globalization?
Question: What is the truest definition of Globalization?
Answer: Princess Diana's death.
Question: How come?
Answer: An English princess with
an Egyptian boyfriend
crashes in a French tunnel,
driving a German car
with a Dutch engine,
driven by a Belgian
who was drunk on Scottish whisky,
followed closely by Italian Paparazzi,
on Japanese motorcycles;
treated by an American doctor,
using Brazilian medicines.
This is sent to you by a Welsh lady,
using Bill Gates's technology,
and you're probably reading this on your computer,
that use Taiwanese chips,
and a Korean monitor,
assembled by Bangladeshi workers
in a Singapore plant,
transported by Indian lorry-drivers,
hijacked by Indonesians,
unloaded by Sicilian longshoremen,
and trucked to you by Mexican illegals.....
That, my friends, is Globalization
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavourite answer
ha ha thats brilliant carpy
- Anonymous4 years ago
Globalization is the process by which the economies of countries around the world become increasingly integrated over time. This integration occurs as technological advances expedite the trade of goods and services, the flow of capital, and the migration of people across international borders. The term has been used in this context since the 1980s, when computer technology first began making it easier and faster to conduct business internationally. Globalization can also refer to the efforts of businesses to expand their operations to new countries and markets. According to a cover story in Business Week, globalization "has created millions of jobs from Malaysia to Mexico and a cornucopia of affordable goods for Western consumers. It has brought phone service to some 300 million households in developing nations and a transfer of nearly $2 trillion from rich countries to poor through equity, bond investments, and commercial loans. It's helped topple dictators by making information available in once sheltered countries. And now the Internet is poised to narrow the gulf that separates rich nations from poor nations even further in the decade to come." Without a doubt, globalization has had a number of positive effects on nations and businesse
- GrannyjillLv 71 decade ago
I like it. Very good. I looked at this because I thought you had strayed into the wrong section and I was intrigued to find out if that was the case.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
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- 1 decade ago
I sure have learnt something new. Excellent list. Well worth a star.
- QuizardLv 71 decade ago
PMSL very, very clever mate.
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- Soup DragonLv 61 decade ago
Have a great weekend SBC. ;-)
- gking92Lv 61 decade ago
LOL! I was just about to tell you that you're in the wrong category!
- Where can I parkLv 61 decade ago
thanks for sharing this!
I reckon it deserves a star!! *
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Very true ha ha good joke,,,