The Pros And Cons Of Globalization In The United States

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“The truth about GLOBALIZATION”
While there are many benefits to a globalized world, there are also corresponding disadvantages. For instance, rich global companies open up factories in Mexico, hiring local workers. While this might seem like a positive, these workers are not paid a fair amount. In addition, these companies cause extreme pollution in the air. The Mexican government should protect its people and environment from these global powers. However, the corruption within the government only furthers these problems as the government continues to support these companies. So I propose we stand up against the government to fight these injustices. We need to encourage companies to increase people’s wages, create a safer working environment, and use more environmentally friendly production methods.
Mexico has been one of the countries most affected by globalization in the whole world. Globalization in Mexico, is caused by the corrupt government. To explain more, a corrupted government all they care about is becoming richer, because
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Global companies are those that owned and control the most largest markets in the world. However, these companies have negative effects on the pollution that affect the air. In the EFE World News it mentions, “Medical have shown that the poor air quality has resulted in an increase in cases of lung and skin diseases” (Article). Polluted air in Mexico is caused by the chemicals released from factories which increases pollution. Pollution may not affect people who have the money to pay for medication, but is not the same for everyone. For example in IDRC & CRDI article mentions, “People who get sick due to polluted air are not able to pay for medication” (Article). In Mexico healthcare is not provided for everyone, and people who can 't afford rather not pay for it. many Mexicans who live in poverty die due to their

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