How has internet access changed and affected globalization from 2003 to 2013? a ten percent increase in internet access has had little effect on globalization. a twenty percent decrease in internet access has had little effect on globalization. a thirty percent increase in internet access has sped up globalization. a fifty percent decrease in internet access has slowed down globalization.
The answer is: A thirty percent increase in Internet access has sped up globalization.
Internet access around the world and globalization have increased significantly during the last 20 years. The whole world has changed and that includes the business world.
When companies (or individuals) can access information their productivity increases and they are able to make better educated choices. For example, a farmer in Brazil knows exactly what the price of soybean is in Chicago, so he can decide when it is best for him to sell his products.
Option (C) A 50 percent increase in internet access has most likely sped up globalization.
a thirty percent increase in internet access has sped up globalization.
Between 2003 and 2013 internet has changed the business world into a global market.
Globalization refers to trade and cultural exchange between countries. Internet has been by far the largest contributor to globalization. Internet has helped global telecommunications breaking barriers of time and space, creating a global community and a global economy.
Internet has radically changed the business world by helping entire countries and industries to improve their competitiveness and increase productivity. It has speeded the access to information, electronic transactions and has opened up new job markets.
THE ANSWER IS C I REPEAT THE ANSWER IS C
it is c
also, we have been able to find ways to have more access and to get it quicker