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Pertaining to an entire file, database, volume, program or system.
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But the universal constraints of demography, geography, climate, diseases, diet, status hierarchies, and gender roles, although different in each society, are also all affected by global events.
This sense of openness indicates anew consciousness of being a global community.
In that year, Global Policy Forum, an influential think tank headquartered on UN grounds in New York, initiated its Internet information program on the Tobin tax.
The global economy is an inter-linked economy and is increasingly a borderless world for business.
PAG confirms that top executives who consider their companies successful internationally spend 40 percent of their time on global issues.