Tear Down the Wall: Towards a Truly Global World

September 2001
Economic Review (05318955);Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 32 Issue 9/10, p3
Focuses on the factors affecting the realization of globalization. Economic interaction of one country to another; Democratization of globalization; Elimination of the wall obstructing free trade of goods and labor from developing nations.


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