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Inclusion and the digital economy / Cielito F. Habito

By: Habito Cielito F.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: Makati City : Philippine Daily Inquirer, 2018Description: page A14.Subject(s): China | Globalization | Digital economyOnline resources: View the Article Scope and content: Globalization is not fading, as some would like to think. On the contrary, it is actually entering a new, wider space—the digital space—where national borders are extremely difficult to close or restrict, as China has found in its efforts to regulate its people’s access to online content from abroad. Even so, the Chinese have now become among the foremost champions of tapping the digital space to uplift the lives of people from all walks of life—thanks to Alibaba founder Jack Ma.
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Globalization is not fading, as some would like to think. On the contrary, it is actually entering a new, wider space—the digital space—where national borders are extremely difficult to close or restrict, as China has found in its efforts to regulate its people’s access to online content from abroad. Even so, the Chinese have now become among the foremost champions of tapping the digital space to uplift the lives of people from all walks of life—thanks to Alibaba founder Jack Ma.

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