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globalisation definitions for junior geography

ADULT LITERACY RATES the percentage of adults who can read and write
LIFE EXPECTANCY the average number of years a person born at a particular time is expected to live
GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT the total value of goods and services produced in a country in a year
GDP the total value of goods and services produced in a country in a year
DEVELOPED COUNTRIES countries that high high economic productivity, high standards of living and democratic government
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES term used to describe the world's poorest countries
ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY the ability to meet the needs of the present generation without stopping the ability of people to meet their needs in the future
GLOBALISATION increase in international communications and trade and the breaking down of national barriers
GLOBAL VILLAGE a concept suggesting we are all members of a world community, regardless of our national background
TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS large businesses with a home base in one country that also operate partially or wholly in other countries
Created by: moybar