At the dawn of globalisation the world was a different place, with money starting to flow from everywhere, economic needs were consistantly trumping priorities, driving business interests and creating a compelling push towards deregulation and free trade. In this article we look at how the comparative advantage that these moves created began to generate political pressure for governments to limit the scope of the global marketplace.
About the Author: Adinah Brown
Adinah Brown is a professional writer who has worked in a wide range of industry settings, including corporate industry, government and non-government organizations. Within many of these positions, Adinah has provided skilled marketing and advertising services and is currently the Content Manager at Leverate.