La globalización hacia atrás

por davidgp el 18/08/2008

Interesante el artículo World Changing – Could Globalization Be Going In Reverse? y las diferentes causas por las que el autor explica que pueda darse esa situación.

And due to the logic of global trade, the assumption of ever greater integration led to the prediction that manufacturing would continue to move from countries with low labor costs to those with even lower labor costs and even looser laws, while supply chains would tend to grow ever-longer and more complex. The world would grow flatter.

So far, these predictions have held true, but will they always? For the first time in recent decades, it seems there are now real reasons to question the logic underlying the official future of ever-increasing global trade.


*Some of the economic advantages of globalization have come from companies gaining the ability to skirt labor and environmental laws by doing business in countries with high levels of political corruption (corruption they have often helped create). But now, transparency activism has blown the cover of secrecy off these practices; now it is easier than ever to cause enormous brand damage simply by revealing an unsavory backstory.

Vía: PJorge: ¿La globalización hacia atrás?.

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Emma Peel 18/08/2008 a las 10:34 am


Por cierto, tiene usted un email 🙂

David García Pérez 18/08/2008 a las 10:40 am

Que va… más interesante es el que publico dentro de un rato 😉 si no me he vuelto a confundir con las opciones de publicación programada de wordpress

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