Translation of globalization in Spanish:


globalización, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɡloʊbələˈzeɪʃən/ /ˌɡloʊbəˌlaɪˈzeɪʃən/ /ɡləʊb(ə)lʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/

See Spanish definition of globalización


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    globalización feminine
    mundialización feminine
    • Rather it is something linked with the process of capitalist globalization.
    • Indeed the unstoppable process of globalisation produces the exactly opposite reaction.
    • But war can have a negative effect on international institutions and scale back globalisation.
    • One of the main reasons for the growing demand for global governance is the increasing globalization of business activity.
    • In this part of the book the question of the extent to which organizations are involved in a process of globalization is considered.
    • What unites them is a deep scepticism with the way that international markets and globalisation work.
    • The process of globalization has certainly been amongst the most significant developments of the past few decades.
    • The international movement against capitalist globalisation faces two important tests.
    • The first stage of this process is to theorize capitalist globalization as a critical object.
    • The capitalist response to this has been the process known as globalisation.
    • These traders have been among the most prominent forces driving the process of globalization.
    • The second aspect that struck me was his notion that globalisation is a process and therefore value free.
    • So the process of what's called globalisation is the process of centralising power.
    • The process of globalisation has both encouraged and been encouraged by the free movement of people.
    • Much of the world's ills have little to do with the process of globalisation itself.
    • Is globalisation a set of processes dominated by Western countries to their own advantage?
    • It should not come as a shock that in an era of economic globalization, diversity makes business sense.
    • But there is another form of globalization which operates on different values.
    • Rather it is because they are marginalized participants in the process of economic globalization.
    • Neither the existence nor even the scale of contemporary globalization of trade is at all novel.