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a global/international perspective
▪ A global perspective allows firms to spot opportunities and reduce supply costs.
a world/global/worldwide recession
▪ America’s airlines have been badly hit by the world recession.
a worldwide/global/international campaign
▪ a worldwide campaign for peace
an international/worldwide/global ban
▪ an international ban on trade in endangered species
an international/worldwide/global conspiracy
▪ Hitler believed there was a worldwide conspiracy to enslave Germany.
be national/international/global in scope (=include a whole country, several countries, or the whole world)
▪ Some markets are local while others are national or international in scope.
▪ We want the poorer nations to benefit from increased global trade.
▪ Americans put international terrorism high on the list of their greatest concerns.
on a global/world scale (=involving the whole world)
▪ This is a product that can be sold in high volumes on a global scale.
the global/world climate (=the weather of the world)
▪ Scientists are assessing the impact of carbon dioxide on the global climate.
the international/world-wide/global trend
▪ the global trend towards intensive farming
the world/global economy
▪ Rising oil prices threaten the world economy.
▪ There was much going on in world politics at the time.
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▪ Equally there are commercial companies that produce, distribute, and market their product on a global basis.
▪ Companies must work with financial institutions to boost their ability to deal on a global basis.
▪ Near facilitates the rapid transfer of information about attacks on academics and academic freedom on a global basis.
▪ Thus the management of forests on a global basis constitutes an agent of environmental change in both the developed and developing world.
▪ Much attention will be given throughout this chapter to monitoring the environment on a global basis.
▪ This led to companies like Dupont axing 189,000 jobs on a global basis.
▪ Bain &038; Company is a leading global business consulting firm.
▪ It is the global business daily, a role it has grown into over the past two decades.
▪ Much global business remains mercilessly unethical at heart.
▪ The position of the sun makes no difference to the sleepless flow of global business.
▪ Maybe such positions should be accepted as part of the price for building global businesses.
▪ In the interlinked complexity of the emerging global business culture, we all need a sense of balance and of being centered.
▪ This Journal role as global business daily mirrors its traditional national one.
▪ We are not a global business.
▪ Now that global capitalism is in disarray, it would make sense to support local businesses.
▪ It is the vast labor pool that global capitalism has tapped into that is the new leviathan.
▪ How do these groups work in the interests of global capitalism?
▪ The sudden collapse of Communism raised the power of global capitalism to new heights.
▪ The connections between global capitalism and the culture-ideology of consumerism must be laid bare.
▪ The restaurant is half-empty or half-full, depending on your view of global capitalism.
▪ The protests in Quebec are not going to bring about the collapse of global capitalism.
▪ Ultimately, this is how we need to think about dealing with global capitalism.
▪ Blocs are being seen as increasingly irrelevant today largely because the global capitalist system is perceived as increasingly salient.
▪ To put it crudely, the global capitalist system has very little need of the subordinate classes in this sphere.
▪ What is missing from Field's account is the connection between political transnational practices and the global capitalist system.
▪ In surrendering to the global capitalists, governments are themselves debasing democracy, making it quite useless for people to vote.
▪ The gist of my argument is that the global capitalist system leaves less and less space for exclusively national capitalist projects.
▪ Cycling in synchrony with the supercontinents and sea levels is the global climate.
▪ ERS-1 will also measure sea temperature, contributing to studies into the role that the oceans play in determining global climate.
▪ The presence of major population centers very close to mean sea level has been much discussed in connection with global climate change.
▪ Removing the heat from the atmosphere will have had an effect on the global climate.
▪ This enhancement of the greenhouse effect leads to increasing Earth-surface temperatures and global climate change.
▪ No one is quite sure whether there will be more or less of them in a warmer global climate.
▪ Such validations are necessary regardless of one's disposition towards the current generation of global climate models.
▪ Shortening product life cycles and rapid product proliferation mean that investment in innovation is critical in global competition.
▪ That is already true not only for ordinary workers who have felt the lash of the new global competition.
▪ But global competition, by itself, is not necessarily enough.
▪ Table 2.1 suggests, in simplified form, the changing factors that have shifted particular industries at different times towards global competition.
▪ Change has become a constant in the turbulent economy of deregulation and global competition.
▪ Now we move to an age of technology, information and global competition.
▪ On-line debate discussion groups also will take place on the Internet, the global computer network.
▪ The Ottawa-based maker of computerized communications equipment cashed in on optimistic prospects for the Internet, the global computer network.
▪ Using 20, 000 volunteers, it succeeded in linking 3, 500 schools in the state to the global computer network.
▪ The global computer network, which started as a Cold War defense project, was never designed with average users in mind.
▪ Many predict that electronic commerce will propel global computer networks from the fringe into the core of business.
▪ Banks increasingly want to let consumers perform transactions on the global computer network, and California is among the biggest markets.
▪ Is the global economy going off-piste?
▪ Education is the life raft he offers workers buffeted by the choppy currents of the global economy.
▪ But, says the bank, countries that have cut themselves off from the global economy have slipped behind.
▪ The pulp wood and timber industry is an example of how a global economy can cut both ways here.
▪ These threats are of two kinds: military challenges and the jagged rhythms of the global economy.
▪ In the old global economy, capital and labor moved together.
▪ As this isolation ends the possibility arises of a fully global economy.
▪ In the new global economy, developed world capital globe-trots in a freewheeling way that was never before possible.
▪ Workforce diversity is being stirred into the global environment of anytime / anyplace business.
▪ We must continue to study the new centralised global environment at both the theoretical and the practical levels.
▪ Green Parties in the North-East have organised a simulation exercise on Saturday for individual groups concerned with development and the global environment.
▪ Amongst the themes to be explored are changing north-south and east-west relations; nationalism and religion; global environment and security.
▪ The left is also suspicious of the global level itself.
▪ The end of the Second World War heralded major changes in the conduct of politics at the global level.
▪ On a global level, it also strikes me that the circus metaphor is in danger of becoming an exhausted cliche.
▪ Market forces will not eradicate poverty at a global level any more than they were able to at a national level.
▪ At a global level, do you Dream of a more peaceful world?
▪ Indeed, the vast scope and complexity of politics at the global level makes the use of models essential.
▪ The global market delivered growth, but what is the purpose of this growth?
▪ The process is quite complex, given that a single retailer may purchase merchandise from thousands of vendors in a global market.
▪ The livestock being killed are a ritual sacrifice to the gods of global markets.
▪ There is also a new enforcement factor at work, which is the emergence of global markets attuned to fiscal responsibility.
▪ This ruling, in effect, accepted the reality of a global market place.
▪ The underlying premise of the global market ideology is that every country will earn most of its income from exports.
▪ This association is an ideal way of marketing to a global market.
▪ In recent years, the group has claimed on average about 30 % of the global market for large commercial aircraft orders.
▪ The central fault line in modern post-industrial society is that between the winners and the losers in the global marketplace.
▪ Ideas are everything in a fragmented global marketplace, and great ideas demand a diverse work force.
▪ We live in a global marketplace, which puts enormous competitive pressure on our economic institutions.
▪ Diversity is seen less as a problem than as a simple business reality in the global marketplace.
▪ Manage diversity, trainers preached, or risk getting clobbered in the global marketplace of the 21st century.
▪ In short, the commercialization of the Internet promises to produce profound transformation of business and economic forces in the global marketplace.
▪ These trading houses have invested heavily in global networks of information-gathering affiliates and extensive communications systems.
▪ People inevitably are changed by their contact with a global network of humanity, Whittle says.
▪ The owner of this global network is Sumner Redstone, a Boston billionaire who made a fortune in movie theatres.
▪ SunConnect develops and markets products for using and managing global networks.
▪ Today the global network environment reaches over 140 countries, each with its own slant.
▪ The real actors are classes, and the location of the state within the global network of capitalism is crucial.
▪ Countrywide, more than half of state governments provide the text of bills to users of the global network.
▪ Development and social change: a global perspective.
▪ Add a global perspective and you up the scale to cover the entire planetary network of human activity.
▪ Similarly, the practice of global politics requires reform.
▪ The rapid increase in the number and diversity of states has had long-term consequences for global politics.
▪ The issue of the tropical rain forests illustrates some of the central debates of global politics today.
▪ How, then, are we to conceptualize the three distinct, yet interrelated, processes apparent in contemporary global politics?
▪ To what extent can the traditional models of global politics, outlined in chapter 20, help us to understand these processes?
▪ These debates are associated with different approaches to the analysis of global politics.
▪ Integration poses a fundamental challenge to the nation-state and to the traditional models of global politics.
▪ The problem for the future is the need to keep pace with mushrooming global population growth.
▪ The UScomprises 5 % of the global population yet is responsible for 25 % of the world's prisoners.
▪ We already have a global population problem: do we really want to exacerbate it?
▪ After declining during the l970s, the global population growth rate lingered at 1. 7 percent during the 1980s.
▪ We will need to introduce foods that are culturally acceptable to the varied tastes of the global populations.
▪ The issue of global population is intensely controversial.
▪ But there is a more hopeful side to the subject of global population as well.
▪ Exactly when and at what level global population growth will finally peak is extremely difficult for demographers to predict.
▪ Applied on the present global scale, it is downright dangerous.
▪ We are entering an era of distance and diversity on a global scale.
▪ They are doomed by exploitative capital operating on a global scale.
▪ Chemically based methods of attending to disease and their toxic effects will soon be replaced by electro-magnetic therapy on a global scale.
▪ Major companies must operate on a global scale. 2.
▪ But to give the company global scale it needed acquisitions or mergers.
▪ Sometimes it is global scale and sometimes local market scale.
▪ We now have an accurate temperature sequence stretching back 23 million years which reflects climate change on a global scale.
▪ Successful innovation in most industries today requires a global strategy towards research and development.
▪ Even the basic action of the global strategy has obvious pitfalls.
▪ Multi-nationals' resources and ambitions shape both their global strategies and choices of location.
▪ Corporate-strategy literature rarely works through such issues carefully and this can be especially important when considering global strategies.
▪ Enhancing renewable energy investment is clearly relevant to global strategies to mitigate climate change.
▪ Hart predicts that in five years time this toe-dipping will develop into a substantial element of companies global strategy.
▪ It is an analysis of the actual communications practices in the global system in terms of traffic.
▪ However, in the l990s, the global system has changed in ways that none of these three perspectives anticipated.
▪ The key threat that Green politics poses to the capitalist global system is in the matter of the consumption of non-renewable resources.
▪ The politics of development How do dominant and subordinate classes deal with the problems of development within the global system?
▪ Does the global system really exist?
▪ Data from these vehicles are given freely to other nations in a global system coordinated by the World Meteorological Organisation.
▪ In this book I shall use the awkward but evocative term hegemon to describe the asymmetry in the global system.
▪ Development in the global system implies something more.
▪ The worst case scenario suggests aircraft could be responsible for up to 43 percent of the projected rise in global temperature.
▪ In the last nine thousand years there has been only a single global temperature excursion larger than 0. 5 degrees!
▪ The predictions are based on a rise in global temperatures of 1 degree centigrade by 2025.
▪ Fast albedo feedbacks are too weak to change global temperature significantly without global mean radiative forcing.
▪ But internationally agreed carbon taxes, permits and rising global temperatures may push the world along the road towards accepting the unacceptable.
▪ This in turn might lead to very rapid increases in global temperature.
▪ Today, despite vastly increased global trade, they earn 1.1 %.
▪ Ensuring that San Francisco grabs a large chunk of global trade.
▪ We agree that there has to be a rules-based system for governing global trade.
▪ In both cases global trade experienced inhibitions.
▪ The rock and roll global village.
▪ We are not hammering together a cozy global village.
▪ We now live in a global village ... a simultaneous happening.
▪ We do have a global village, more and more all the time.
▪ The world was not the global village we are used to today.
▪ The dream of the unified global village has given way to the reality of global fragmentation and diversity.
▪ The global village of which we all speak carelessly is at most a global convenience store.
▪ One of the most important issues facing all countries is the threat of global warming.
▪ Some scientists have pointed to a recent brightening of the sun as an important contributory factor to global warming.
▪ This sets strict limits on emissions in an effort to reduce the country's contribution to global warming and acid rain.
▪ They claim that their report is the first to outline the impact of global warming on snow and ice-covered regions.
▪ Whether the continued global warming and associated changes in atmospheric circulation will occur steadily is unknown.
▪ The global warming and the accompanying changes in rainfall are likely to be highly variable, and unpredictable in detail.
▪ Carbon dioxide is the main cause of global warming - the Greenhouse Effect.
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▪ a global search
▪ AIDS is a global problem which needs a global response.
▪ Anything the US does is likely to have an impact on a global scale.
▪ Campaigners have called for a global ban on landmines.
▪ Multinational companies create, in effect, a global economy.
▪ Only the UN can tackle global problems like pollution of the atmosphere.
▪ Scientists at an international conference have been discussing global warming and its possible effects.
▪ Simon & Schuster said it no longer wanted the smaller company because it did not fit into its global strategy.
▪ The new global economy is exciting and full of possibilities.
▪ We've done a global study on the company's weaknesses.
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▪ And it has failed to snare any major global accounts in several years.
▪ Interdependence was to be found at global, continental, regional or local levels.
▪ It was impossible to completely check the global effects of each alteration to the file.
▪ Of course, in past centuries, no global news network existed to capture the anguish of the victims.
▪ Today the global network environment reaches over 140 countries, each with its own slant.
▪ Yet the rainforests cover just seven percent of global landmass.