Globalization and its Impact on the Third World Economy

  title={Globalization and its Impact on the Third World Economy},
  author={Neelam Kumar Sharma},
Globalization is a controversial issue in the third world countries. ! is study tries to determine the factors associated with this controversy and explained the economic impacts of globalization in the third world countries on the basis of some of the scholars' arguments expressed on the subject. In the recent past, there have been the pros and cons of globalization in developing countries. Some argue that globalization is indeed a necessary evil to the third world countries that it can… 
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