Countries are becoming more and more similar because people are able to buy the same products anywhere in the world. Do you think this is a positive or negative development?
Sample Answer of Countries are becoming more and more similar because people are able to buy the same products anywhere in the world.
States drastically develop not only in sales of products and items they possess but also the bilateral trade and good relationship with others are strengthened via collaborations, I strongly say this is a good development.
Firstly, when states sell different kinds of things and items they produce such as coffee, tea, sugar, vehicles, and agriculture inputs encourages a good bilateral trade in the locality, for instance, the COMESA- the common market for east and south Africa that involves the sale of locally manufactured goods in the five countries of Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Sudan, and Rwanda creates good market among them, whereby items are obtained at a cheap price, this encourages farmers who grow arabica coffee, for instance, to stand out with good products to compete on market and therefore the value is increased.
In addition to the above good friendship is seen in such places where same produce is traded, thereby improving the economic drifts of people and states at large, schools are built from the taxes and stamp duties or revenue incurred, furthermore, youths get jobs such as lorry drivers for the manufactured and finished goods, some work as salesmen and women, ticketing and tax collection among others.
conversely, the negative aspects could be some cities in those governments may be well developed than others, as is seen with the locked countries and unlocked ones, for instance, Uganda, Rwanda is landlocked and Kenya is unlocked for it gets a high influx of revenue for sales of such products than the other two countries formerly mentioned Kenya’s capital city is more developed than for the case of the other two.
To conclude, having the same products to sell on the international market is really liked and creates a bilateral relationship among states than may be thought of.