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  • v. Present participle of globalise.

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Examples

  • They struck at symbols of the prosperity that was making the Indian model so attractive to the globalising world -- luxury hotels, a swish cafe, an apartment house favoured by foreigners.

    Shashi Tharoor: Keep up the spirit to fight

  • This article looks at the political and cultural determinants of the current crisis, using three intertwined themes: the development of financial derivatives themselves; the subversion of risk analysis by globalising capitalism; and the co-opting of the concept and analysis of fair value by the big accountancy firms and banks, through which financial derivatives were valued.

    AN ECONOMIC WONDERLAND: DERIVATIVE CASTLES BUILT ON SAND

  • This book rounds off a trilogy that will empower all job aspirants to cope with the complex intricacies of negotiating for top salary and compensation packages in a rapidly globalising world.

    How to Skillfully Negotiate the Best Salary Package

  • From our struggle against colonialism and apartheid, we have emerged to jointly accept the challenges of a globalising world.

    Political history

  • A key point this is not being recognised is that, while the financial system was globalising, so was the regulatory system – with the Basel Banking Regulation committee and other international bodies taking the helm.

    Banking Regulation

  • My own view is that with a greater sense of pride in the language, better teaching and the personal desire of differentiation in a globalising world is giving new impetus to Irish.

    Ireland’s Language Remains on Life Support - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • It is being tested by new technologies, by rapid population growth, internal migration, social change and all the pressures that come in a globalising world.

    Launch of Making Land Work - Pacific Land Conference

  • The other aspect is that in our globalising world, people's effective participation is going to depend on their skills.

    Reprioritising Education in the Aid Program

  • Islam is a globalising, aggressive creed and most Muslims are poorly integrated into British society.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • "We can't say we are globalising on the one hand and not globalising on the other."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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