GLOBALIZATION AND ECONOMIC DYNAMICS: BUSINESS NETWORK FORMED BY CAMNPAL
In the course of events that marked the world on the world stage, capitalism played an important role in the socio-economic organization, whose development of this system redesigned new configurations in space such as the formation of networks, technological revolution, multinational corporations, mass production, and so on. Nevertheless, these are changes that cause the intertwining of relationships in overall levels, connecting various places around the market logic. Thus, in today’s worlds, many companies seek to relate through networks allowing its competitiveness and profitability in the commercial market. This is the case of the Mixed Agricultural Cooperative Nova Palma Ltd which concentrates its dynamics through various services and companies establishing a complex network system that, in its turn, restructures the trading and regional space of the Fourth Colony of Italian Immigration –RS. Obviously, this regional-global interconnection is only possible by the revolution in communications and technology, providing the ease of flow and activities control. In this sense, the objective of this paper is to present a theoretical discussion about capitalism and globalization, focusing specifically on the case of CAMNPAL in forming a business network, which plays an undeniable role I the regional economy.
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