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anti-globalization

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anti-globalisation

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a political belief opposed to the emergence of a single world market dominated by multinational companies
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anti-globalization

[ˈæntɪˌgləʊbəlaɪˈzeɪʃən] Nantiglobalización f
anti-globalization protestersmanifestantes mfpl antiglobalización
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The pro-Europe, pro-business Macron, a minister in the outgoing Socialist government until last summer but who has never held elected office, is still expected to beat the anti-globalisation, anti-EU Le Pen on May 7.
This reflects the momentum of effective solidarity of anti-globalisation activists with Tunisia and its people as well as with the families of the victims from different countries, said the organising committee.
The movement is widely understood to be anti-globalisation.
Summary: Around 20,000 protesters have chanted anti-globalisation slogans and marched through downtown Seoul.
The KCTU, a militant union group that claims about 700,000 members, has led a series of anti-globalisation protests in the past.
Delayed by a presidential motorcade, anti-globalisation demos, and a celebrity funeral, Farrell's character attempts to continue trading from the back of his car.
In a book that remains something of a staple for anti-globalisation activists, Paul Kingsnorth (2003) enjoins the movement and the public at large to be bold in their imaginings of an alternate future and dogged in their attempts to realise it.
The next day campaigners will focus on institutions in the Square Mile in a series of annual April Fool's Day anti-globalisation and climate change demonstrations.
BBC economic correspondent Paul Mason draws parallels between the workers' struggles of past centuries, the conditions endured by workers in developing countries today and the anti-globalisation movement.
I recall many public debates, when Clare Short was Minister for International Development, at which anti-globalisation protesters were criticised for wanting to keep the poor in poverty when they made this same point.
Meanwhile, a demonstration against it will be held in Dublin next Saturday as part of the anti-globalisation day of action.
Germany will temporarily suspend the Schengen Treaty and make border checks possible during the G8 Summit in June, in order to prevent violent manifestations from leftist anti-globalisation groups.