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10.1 The Global Economy Full Notes

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All HSC Economics syllabus dot points under 10.1 are covered in detail alongside diagrams and tabular summaries.

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Economy International trade International business Globalization Competition Economic integration Global financial system Free trade Trade bloc Trans-Pacific Partnership Association of Southeast Asian Nations International Monetary Fund
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Economy International trade International business Globalization Competition Economic integration Global financial system Free trade Trade bloc Trans-Pacific Partnership Association of Southeast Asian Nations International Monetary Fund
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o Growing global linkages mean that when significant conditions arise in key economies, these changes can have an impact on the economies of far-flung countries almost immediately. - Globalisation refers to the integration between different countries and economies and the increased impact of international influences on all aspects of life and economic activity. - The major indicators of integration between economies include: Trade in G/S Financial Flows Globalisation Investment and TNC’s Technology, Transport and Communication International Division of Labour and Migration GROSS WORLD PRODUCT - GWP refers to the total output of goods and services by all economies in the wo...
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