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  • Jasmeet

    August 11, 2021 at 11:00 AM

    These days it is so very possible for people to get all the products of their choice from anywhere in the world which in turn is making all the countries more and more similar globally. In my opinion this has turned into a positive development as people can access the products or services being anywhere in the world with any compromises making their life more comfortable.

    People can access international products like Apple, Samsung, Nike and many more from anywhere in the world resulting into various choices and preferences which fosters the growth and development of different nations. It also helps in bridging the gap between countries in the way that people from different borders come together, for instance in a Chinese restaurant, they get to meet other people, get to know their thoughts and ideas which brings them together avoiding various barriers and differences. More the similarities in nations would bring more growth and development in a country.

    On the other hand, with a wide variety of global products available to each one also put a pressure on the producers to make the quality products available to their consumers instead of just focusing on the quantity. It brings awareness among the consumers as they are already aware of the different products so there are less chances of cheating and fraud on the name of fake or duplicate products. Moreover, the quality products and services provided by the producers sometimes get recognized by the international market and it help them expanding their business globally. For instance, Ferns and Petals was a small company which used to deliver products in India on the special occasions, and with its prompt and error free service it has now expanded its business to several other countries in a short span of two years.

    In conclusion, the globalization has made peoples’ life more luxurious and comfortable than in the past and with this it is fostering the growth of underdeveloped and developing nations.

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