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1. How does the author foresee the future globalization as an analogy to Henry Fords example? Car companies would start selling cars in developing countries as well. By paying the developing world would increase its own profit, in turn bringing affluence to developing world as well. To earn profit, the companies in developing countries would move to foreign land.






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