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China Research Task Extensive research, statistics and description on the effects of glboalisation upon China. 19/20 response

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Economy Belt and Road Initiative One Belt, One Road Economy of China Globalization China Draft:China's World Income inequality in China
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Put simply, globalisation is “the freer movement of goods, services, ideas and people around the world”. Although the concept of globalisation is not a new concept, it’s effects have elevated and become increasingly more noticeable within the past three decades. One statistic which reflects this increase is World Trade as a percentage of global GDP. Illustrated in Source A, World Trade as a percentage of global GDP has dramatically increased from below 40% in 1990 to 58% in 2015, peaking at over 62% during periods of economic upturn. In the same fashion, foreign investment across the globe has risen at an expone...
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