Ricardo C. Juliano February 21, 2008
NSA 205 - RC 43
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Friedman, Thomas D. The World is Flat -- The Globalized World in the Twenty-First Century. London, Great britain. Penguin Literature, 2006.
Thomas L. Friedman is a New York Times writer and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer of the The Lexus as well as the Olive Tree. Friedman points out how the flattening of the world took place at the daybreak of the twenty-first century, what it means to countries, companies, communities and, moreover, the individual, and just how government and societies can, and need to, adapt. He presents the ten forces that squashed the world. The flattening worldwide is the result of this twenty-first century globalization where the focus is the individual, how the person is being energized like never before, this kind of newfound power of the individual to collaborate and compete worldwide and this happening that is permitting, empowering and enjoining people and small groups to travel global so easily so seamlessly is what is flattening the world. The 15 flattening pushes are empowering more and more people in this century to reach farther, faster, more deeply, and more affordable than ever before and that is equalizing electricity and equalling opportunity by giving an increasing number of persons the tools and ability to connect, compete and collaborate. This flattening with the playing field is simply liberating to the person citizen with the twenty-first century globalization.
N. Articles / Journals
Clothing and Textile Export Board. The Filipino Garments and Textile Industry. Departent of Trade & Industry, Makati City December 31, 2002
This article talks of the Dress Industry view in the Israel in the look at of it is full the use into the free trade liberalization on January 1, june 2006 under the Basic Agreement on Tariffs and Trade under the auspices on the planet Trade Business. It aniticipates the difficulties in this new economic purchase...