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April 27, 2009

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Stevens Amidon

I agree with this idea of the individual becoming global. I think one of the best examples of this is ebay. On ebay sellers are located from all around the world. Many of the textbooks that i have ordered are international editions and they are from all different places in the world. The internet is probably the most useful tool for individuals to enter into the world market. Before this only huge companies could be considered global, but now anyone with internet access can operate globally.

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Stevens Amidon

I agree that companies are making individuals become global cusomers. most of are poducts are outsourced like shoes and oil, and to be succesfull in the world today, you must be able to communicate on a gobal scale. The flatten world is linked by the internet, so if you want to make it in the world today as a businessperson, you must become technology savvy. TPB

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