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Welcome To Globalization 2.0. Or Is It 3.0?

Thought Leader: Harry Broadman
March 30, 2015
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By Harry Broadman (original source Forbes) 

“It’s a safe bet that most Millennials and Generation Xers, and probably even many Baby Boomers, think that “globalization” is a modern phenomenon, having its start in the very latter part of the 20th Century.

Yet the notion that far-flung cross-border trade and investment flows began during our lifetimes is a false one. One need only think of the Ancient Silk Road, which dates back to the 2nd Millennium BC and comprised a 4000 mile long network of overland and maritime trade routes between Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, and Europe.”

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