Globalization: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Jun 17th, 2015
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Most of the people in the country can be employed therefore a lower unemployment rate. - Child labour law is violated and government not doing enough to ensure law is enforced.

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Globalization: The Good, the Bad, and the UglySome key point- Most of the people in the country can be employed therefore a lower unemployment rate.- Child labour law is violated and government not doing enough to ensure law is enforced-They are prone to employer abuse without easy way to protect themselves as law is not on their side- Countries have made it easy for multinational companies to control their labour market due to the large investments the companies have made into those economies.-Developing countries often lack the framework of laws, policy authorities and this could result in the exploitations of workers and environmental practises that are harmful to human welfare and therefore instead of decreasing poverty, it increases it.- Sweatshops violate the rights of workers.- Political leaders may not be protecting their people with legislation that prevents the explo

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