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One Mexican president stated that globalization is healthy and positive as long as it benefits everyone. He states, “ C'est а mon avis une occasion extraordinaire pour les Amйriques de travailler ensemble. Mais il faut s'assurer que tout le monde soit gagnant: en tout premier lieu, que cela respecte des valeurs universelles.” However, this is not always the case, as globalization allows for first nations, such as Canada, to continue bullying developing nations in need of help. Due to lack of desirable resources such as skilled labour or advanced technology, a third world’s biggest resource ends up being their natural resources. These counties are so deeply indebted to the countries of the G8(Canada, USA, Italy…) that in order to survive they comply fully. Being a must that third world countries obey and stay competeive under globalization, countries are forced to make a profit on all possible resources. It forces them to destroy their natural resources. In order to aid these countries in the destruction of the land and the massacre of almost extinct animals, major corporations move in and lend a hand. They come over and buy portions of land at a fraction of what it’s worth, then they hire the few locals and pay the enough money for them to survive. So by the end of the day a few forests have been demolished and maybe a species or two have
Understanding the location interdependence of multinational firms and how they agglomerate with one another is critical to designing and improving economic policies. These authors’ analysis, using a worldwide plant-level dataset and a novel index of agglomeration, yields a number of insights into the economic geography of multinational production. In addition to market access and comparative advantage motives, multinationals' location choices are significantly affected by agglomeration economies including not only vertical production linkages but also technology diffusion and capital-market externalities.