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- Development of the knowledge economy: the global diffusion of information in digital form, via the Internet.
- New, globalised work and market “demographics”: the integration of China and India and the economies of the former Soviet block will quadruple the world’s working population.
- International exchange of labour or knowledge.
- Software and applications that encourage intercultural dialogue.
- Expansion of transportation systems (road, rail and air).
- Implementation of new, international monetary and financial tools.
- Diversification of products and services as a result of innovation.
- Improved quality of life for a segment of the population.
- Development of means of personal communication and circulation.
- Consumers attracted by products from elsewhere.
- International agreements (multi- or bilateral) on free exchange.