After Drucker

Economic historians generally agree that globalization began with the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and the resulting acceleration of the free movement of capital, people and goods that started with the end of WWII. The 1980’s was also the decade of the final unleash of market forces and the hallowing of trickle-down economics and also when the booming began of the tech explosion triggered with space programs that made it possible for new organizations to enter the global business scene. Until then, translation had been a strictly local […]

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