Liberalism and Globalisation
Trade represents the cornerstone of modern civilization. The globalization expanded the exposing degree of the companies to international competition; the markets have been liberalized and the remarkable progresses in the field of communications technology generated the integration of the financial operations and facilitated the fast handing over of the information related to the market. The economic liberalism and the free trade, as a dimension of the liberalism, were one of the factors that generated and supported the globalization process.
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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