Bridging the Digital Divide
The economic globalization and its interconnectedness have incontestably brought in open new markets, new ideas, and new opportunities. This globalization is a unique blend of local and global or glocal, where the process is best defined by the way it recognizes and interconnects various levels such as local, national, regional, and thereafter global. Thus, globalization and industrialization contain and create new geographical patterns, set in new manufacturing activities, alter trade patterns, expand export markets, and present new ways of human capital management. Additionally, the growth of international trade necessitates rapid urbanization, and the typical urban pull factors have exacerbated the situation of migration. Over the past decade, the Internet era has proved to be the most crucial factor in driving globalization and economic growth through lowering economic, social, cultural, and sectorial impediments to communication across countries and regions.
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