Globalization risks and opportunities


  • Tafiani Boufatah keltouma, Dr. Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Tlemcen, Algier



Globalization, developing countries, industrialized countries, inequality, poverty, crises, growth, disparities


Globalization refers to the interdependence of human activities related to individuals and political and economic systems prevailing across the world. There are two trends in this context. Some experts see it as positive and others do not hide their fear of this situation.


The first is based on the fact that globalization plays a crucial role in global economic development. The second is that the latter increases inequalities within and between countries, thus impeding social progress.


The best way to achieve the positive aspects of globalization and enjoy the situation is to accelerate and accelerate the growth and reduce poverty or reduce it at least, and only through cooperation between countries of the world, manufactured and unprocessed, developing and advanced , Rich and poor.


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