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Nine Reasons Why Globalization Can't Be Permanent

Authored by Gail Tverberg via Our Finite World blog, Since the late 1990s, globalization has seemed to be the great hope for the future. Now this great hope seems to be dimming. Globalization sets up conflict in the area of jobs. Countries around the world compete for development and jobs. If there is not enough cheap-to-produce energy to go around, huge wage disparity is likely to result.
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