What might a business owner looking to expand into new markets have in common with a family living below the poverty level because of unemployment?
both would be better off in a communist nation with a command economy
both would be interested in adding information technology
both would have reasons to welcome globalization
both need bankers and financial consultants
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Um...okay, Communism is bad. So scratch out the first.
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With one gone, left are two through four. I believe it to be an even number. Which of those correspond to them?
Well I don't think it would be banking
That's what I think.
Why can the Columbian Exchange that occurred after Columbus landed in the New World be considered an early form of globalization?
New economic systems were exported from Europe to newly discovered lands in the New World.
Part of the global population was reduced significantly in size due to Western dominance.
There was an exchange of people, ideas, and goods between the Old World and the New World.
Some continents, races, and plants and animals on the planet became known to Europeans.
Oh. Um...take one and add two.
@danicap what do you think?
The "Columbian Exchange" -- as historians call this transcontinental exchange of humans, animals, germs and plants -- affected more than just the Americas. In China, for example, the new era began when sailors reported the sudden appearance of Europeans in the Philippines in 1570. The astonishing thing about this was that they had come across the ocean from the east.