When Did Globalization Begin?

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Many wonder when did globalization begin. It is thought that globalization began in the 1900s. Wars and other factors delayed its progress and it was not until the '70s when it started to gain momentum again.
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Globalization dates back to prehistory, when the technologically driven expansion of commerce began. Early advances in transportation, roads, wheels, and boats were used to do deals (when they weren't used to fight wars).
By 1350, networks of trade which involved frequent movements of people, animals, goods, money, and micro-organisms ran from England to China.
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