Globalization integrates the economies with the exchange of goods, services and inventions to follow.
It has in the very short formula made us richer and given us more opportunities than in the past. Therefore, globalization is fundamentally a great thing.
You can however not say that all 'automatically' gets better with globalization.
An obvious unfortunate consequence can be a lack of overview of the different rules across national borders, which gives undesirable results.
The big scandal with the payment of several billion Danish tax dollars in false interest withholding tax for foreign scammers are a good example.
The same is a story that TV2 has rolled up on the burning of foreign biomass that has been seen as a CO2-neutral, because it is made of wood, which is harvested abroad, why the derivation should count with there. However, it is documented that biomass CO2 footprint is not counted anywhere, why Denmark is, in principle, be able to burn the entire Amazon rainforest outside – on the paper – burdening the atmosphere with kulstofpartikler.
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Globalisation has also led to an increased movement of people – both as immigrant labour in different locations and as the refugees.
In Denmark, as we know, changed society quite significantly and in large measure driven the main political agenda for decades.
It has given completely new issues which are causing us great difficulties.
the Government will deprive the so-called syrienskrigere their Danish citizenship with a skrivebordsmanøvre out of court, if they have travelled from Denmark to fight Safirbet for the Islamic State. Though it may seem tempting, it is not trying to export our problems with the villains by jacks own principles of legal certainty and, at the same time believe that the world will be a safer place if these types held outside of Denmark. The reverse can just as well be the case – here we can in spite of everything keep an eye on them.
today, may B. T. so tell the story of a syrian asylum seeker who has been expelled from Denmark and sentenced to three months in prison for a violent assault on two 14-year-old boys.
Yet before he could receive his punishment, he travelled, however, the volunteer's home to Syria with financial support from the state in the form of repatriation, which can give an out-bound up against the 140.000 kr. with in your pocket.
It can be a good idea to give people who would like to return to their countries of origin, an economic helping hand to the restoration. But even though there hardly very many, who will miss the violent man, is it not in order to let him get rid of punishment – with a financial bonus in the luggage.
Problems will disappear, not to be exported.
"It is a grotesque and incomprehensible situation," says the mother of one of the boys. There is not much to add.Date Of Update: 23 November 2019, 10:01