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What's an example of a negative consequence of economic globalization?
Economic inequality is an example of a negative consequence of economic globalization.
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It came to be based on race. -is the true concept about slavery in the Americas.
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The following did the first Ming Emperor, Hongwu, introduce to China is that: Widespread adoption of Mongol customs.

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