[From Wikipedia] Globalisation is Good is a 2003 documentary film written and presented by Johan Norberg and produced by Freeform Productions for British Channel 4. The film is based on Norberg’s much celebrated book In Defense of Global Capitalism (published in 2001) that shows the impact of globalisation, and the consequences of its absence. In the film, Norberg travels to countries like Taiwan, Vietnam and Kenya to promote global capitalism and to prove why he feels protestors entering the anti-globalisation movement are ignorant and dangerously wrong. The film was released on DVD in November 2006 by the Swedish think tank Timbro.

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[From Johan norberg.net] The world is an unequal and unjust place, in which some are born into wealth and some into hunger and misery.

To explore why, in this controversial Channel Four documentary the young Swedish writer Johan Norberg takes the viewers on a journey to Taiwan, Vietnam, Kenya and Brussels to see the impact of globalisation, and the consequences of its absence. It makes the case that the problem in the world is not too much capitalism, globalisation and multinationals, but too little.[read more here]

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