Friday, July 14, 2006

Globalization: Synergy and Discontent

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Globalization continues its advance, but is market convergence a net positive for the US and world economies? Who benefits from globalization, and who might suffer?

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Anonymous said...


Mr. Sri-Kumar's comments are insightful. I particularly like his recall of the impact that the Smoot-Hawley Act had on fomenting the great depression. This is a history lesson that should be taken to heart by the isolationists and protectionists among us.

I want to study the article in more detail, but it will definitely inspire a post on Going Global with a link to your post. As always, thanks for ensuring that comments such as Mr. Sri-Kumar's remain part of the on-going dialog on issues of critical importance to internatioanl business.

Craig Maginness
ExIn Global Strategies

Laurel Delaney said...

Thanks for weighing in with your viewpoint Craig. And I've been tracking your blog through my RSS feeds -- just haven't had a chance to comment yet. Appreciate your interest, support and insights.

Take care,

Anonymous said...

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There are some great articles and TV segments on small business. Feel free to take a look and send through any feedback.

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