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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of globalize.

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Examples

  • Is it just me (and my inadequate knowledge of economics), or does anyone else see a similarity between the priniciple of comparative advantage playing out in globalized, international free trade and sectional trade in the U.S.?

    Matthew Yglesias » The Southern Way

  • To say that the financial system has become globalized is a cliché.

    Different Drummers

  • No other word globalized by English evokes the mix of pleasure and peril that surrounds safari.

    The English Is Coming!

  • No other word globalized by English evokes the mix of pleasure and peril that surrounds safari.

    The English Is Coming!

  • And this is the drama of this world which many call globalized, is that Asia, Arabic countries, Latin America, are much more ahead in being healthy, educated, having human resources than they are economically.

    Hans Rosling's new insights on poverty

  • And this is the drama of this world which many call globalized, is that Asia, Arabic countries, Latin America, are much more ahead in being healthy, educated, having human resources than they are economically.

    Hans Rosling's new insights on poverty

  • And this is the drama of this world which many call globalized, is that Asia, Arabic countries, Latin America, are much more ahead in being healthy, educated, having human resources than they are economically.

    Hans Rosling's new insights on poverty

  • I mean, this so-called globalized economy, you know, there's this export of American jobs wholesale to China and Indonesia and Bangladesh, and now we hear the president and we hear leaders of the Congress say, well, you can't get Americans to do these jobs, so we need to import cheap labor.

    CNN Transcript Apr 6, 2006

  • "The crux of the film is isolation in a so-called globalized world," Mehta said.

    Brandon Sun Online - Top Stories

  • The point you are missing in your analysis is that the US economy has "globalized" to the extent there is no US economy anymore, because the currecny and trading area is international.

    Worrying About Demand, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

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