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Spaces and exchanges : is the global world a land of opportunities ?

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We can talk about the notion of "spaces and exchanges" through the theme of globalization.

A space is a place, a territory, which can be a country, a continent. An exchange is the relationship between two entities that can be human, cultural or economic.

Since the sixteenth century, the phenomenon of globalization has taken shape from trade through the spices and metals trade and developed at the end of the 20th century and beginning of the 21st century with human exchanges through the democratization of transport, Financial exchanges with the Stock Exchange for example.

We can ask the question if THE GLOBAL WORD IS A LAND OF OPPORTUNITIES ?

-On the one hand by the benefits of this system.

-On the other hand, by the limits of this phenomenon.

The major advantage of globalization is its connection with the different territories allowing export many products to the majority of States.

The Apple company is the most striking example with its global products.

As with the Ipod, the MP3 player of the brand, and its famous advertising campaign "Silhouette" where we see a silhouette of a man or a woman dancing with his iPod, behind a colorful background. This advertising is one of the symbols of Americanism but also of this unbounded globalization with its posters distributed in all the big cities of the world

The iPod has this character of product globalized also from its manufacture mainly in Asia.

The removal of the borders participate in the rapprochement of these different spaces and to the increase of the exchanges as technologically with the products of Apple

Liberal globalization consists mainly of the removal of any obstacles to the movement of products and capital, making relocation possible, blackmail to employment, and the unprecedented profits of multinationals. At the risk of causing deindustrialization.

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