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The world is divided into two camps: pro and anti-globalisation. The anti group is usually heard of at the time of ministerial or summit level meetings of WTO, or when the Bretton Woods institutions hold their annual meetings, or other similar occasions. These protest meetings express the rage and frustrations of the millions of people at the exclusionary nature of globalisation, which has brought immense dividends to the corporate houses and a few individuals, but has left the vast majority no better off than they were, or, even worse off than they were earlier. The disparity in incomes between...

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