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DEPENDING who you talk to, globalisation happened either in 1492, when Christopher Columbus discovered America in search of the Orient, or sometime in the middle of 19th century, when America decided to look outwards for global trade after its Civil War.
GLOBALISATION is like boarding a flight. Once you board it, you cannot get off until you reach the designated destination. The only difference is that, when we board the flight, we know where we are headed. In the case of globalisation, we do not know the destination, its climate, its features, or its surroundings.
IF global policy makers are wrong about globalisation, and they could be, we may be in for more low growth, low rates and the high asset prices they support.
Malaysia is projected to improve its ranking in the annual Globalisation Index to 20th this year from 26th previously, with Malaysian companies focusing on three key factors, namely, strategic thinking, execution and learning.
A popular issue that kept cropping up in many of the sessions at the World Education Market 2003 was globalisation and its effects on education. Whether in the conference programme, the TV Forums or the Agora E-Village presentations, the emphasis on globalisation was obvious. Foreseeing this, a special interactive debate session titled I>Globalisation Issues and its Impact on Higher Education /I>wasI/I>scheduled in the conference programmeI>. /I>
KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) Governor Datuk Muhammad Ibrahim has put forward three suggestions where gains from globalisation can be safely acquired, more equitably dispersed and impose the least cost to society.
When we hear the word 'globalisation', we think immediately of McDonald's and Starbucks, writes MARINA MAHATHIR, but one aspect of globalisation hardly ever merits a mention. And that is the globalisation of fear, grief and rage.
Protecting,promoting and supporting breastfeeding and optimal complementary feeding for infants and young children are the aims of the global breastfeeding movement.The theme for World Breastfeeding Week 2003 #8211; Breastfeeding in a Globalised World for Peace and Justice #8211; provides an opportunity to consider the obstacles as well as the benefits of globalisation in promoting breastfeeding as a symbol for peace and justice.