One of the most important themes in history is globalisation, which has connected a world once separated by geography, culture, language, and politics. Globalisation accelerated rapidly from the 19th century. Business enterprises were the principal orchestrators of trade, capital, and knowledge flows, while governments provided the legal and administrative framework.
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