Challenge to be Internationalized on Economic Integration by Globalization Environment

S. Rick Fernandez

Abstract


Globalization and economic integration are initially sponsored economic desire to grow the business sector, the economic barriers are going to fade and global multiculturalism be created. This infers that countries in the developing world as they grow economically, must assess whether the road is being successful or otherwise should seek another model to get a result or a positive progress, whether economic models based on economic growth inward or outward.


Keywords


Globalization, integration, countries, culture, market

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