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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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and "sovereignty" crop up time and time again in their talks, and in anti-globalisation literature and campaigns in these countries.
The World Bank is to hold its third annual Conference on Development Economics over the Internet in an effort to avoid protests by anti-globalisation activists.
The march by about 4,000 anti-globalisation demonstrators, according to police estimates, was relatively peaceful although some protesters threw flares and bags of paint at police.
Anti-globalisation activist Jose Bove was eight signatures short a few hours before the deadline, his campaign said.
The 33-year-old Dubliner, who is directing Battle In Seattle, had the city at a standstill to shoot his d7.5million adaptation of the tear-gas choked anti-globalisation riots.
Following from this, a new social movement known by a range of names--and called everything from the misnomer 'anti-globalisation' movement, to 'alter-globalisation', to the nondescript 'network of networks'--captured public and media imagination.
With the summit facing threats from terrorists and anti-globalisation activists, it is perhaps necessary.
With this book, Bhagwati attempts to draw all the arguments together and counter those claims made by the anti-globalisation activists who would blame globalisation for everything from child labour to environmental degradation, cultural homogenisation and other ills affecting rich and poor nations alike.
The issue has been brought up at Cabinet on how to deal with the threat which is being secretly planned with military precision by anti-globalisation activists.
Anti-globalisation protesters are said to be planning a counter-conference and mass demonstration.
In 1999, anti-globalisation protesters rioted so fiercely at the WTO talks in Seattle that they had to be suspended.
While the terrorist threat looms heavily, fears about anti-globalisation riots which overshadowed the WTO's 1999 Ministerial in Seattle have subsided: in the wake of the September 11 attacks, the anti-globalisation movement has seen its support implode.