Globalization cannot be It operates without actors, i.e. politics and the economy being the latter more powerful than political actors. This can be seen in the European union that no matter the political ideology but it goes beyond this, the economic factor is the outstanding. European corporations have benefited from the process of globalization since they were inserted in many markets, producing monopolies and obtaining large contribucionales margins, as happened in Argentina where telecommunications is considered one of the rates more expensive in the world. Why globalization marks a benefit in favour of Europe and United States and not for Latin America, because we’re not only disconnected from globalization but that the situation will deteriorate by this globalizing economy. Globalization in Latin America the significant changes in the economy of the Latin American continent and its inclusion in the orbit of third world countries is not new, but yes it is affected by the development of capitalism bourgeois.

We can see how they differ with regard to Europe: its economic blocs are poor and lack of result, the globalization process terribly fond of Latin American economies with the entry of multinational market hurting the domestic industry. At the same time it was affected also by the policies of a different nature; as the tax, tariff, parliamentarians, sanitary that implement the economic blocs competitive, for example the European union, the CAP (common agricultural Pact) that in the 1980s bit strong policies to their competitors to enter their markets highly protectionist.Inequality in the distribution of the wealth of Latin American countries is high, every time is larger than the gap between the poor and rich, it would seem that the middle class in Latin America is by disappearing inexorably.It’s like the words of Karl Marx charge life with his theory of surplus value, the capitalist gets more profit and the average qualified employee is more impoverished.If this is It adds pressure agencies in favor of their own interests, such as the IMF, the consequence is even more serious.Marginalization is growing in Latin America, and that leads to a crisis increasingly worse understanding that the most important human capital is the knowledge given by education, and therefore there can be no functioning and progress in a country but without investment in education there is no scientific basis or growth.

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