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I was recently in beautiful Chile for a Futures Congress, and I had a chance to travel south to the very tip of Latin America. I also recently made a BBC radio documentary called "Fixing Globalization" in which I crisscrossed the United Kingdom in search of ideas for improving certain aspects of it and discussed topical issues with well-known experts. In both cases, I saw things that convinced me that it is past time for someone to come to globalization's defense.Chile today is Latin America's richest country, with per capita GDP of around $23,000 – similar to that of Central European countries. Indeed, as the Chinese ambassador to the U.K. pointed out on my radio program, China is already the largest importer – yes, importer – for at least 70 countries, and accounts for about 10-11 percent of all imports globally.Despite the many challenges it has created, globalization has made the world a better place than it otherwise would have been.
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