In the first phase of similar article let’s make a quick test and ask ourselves how many goods we have were produced in our country? The answer to such a simple question in most of cases (except people who consciously purchase only products from their country) might help us realize that the global exchange of commodities and services has got so intense that foreign commodities are more than a half of whole products we buy.
Improvingly often is it presented contemporarily by various experts that the influence of the borders between miscellaneous countries is no longer visible. Furthermore, the border to time and space as well as its impact is also considerably lower than in the past, as thanks to the Web we can exchange information as well as communicate with a person that is even thousands of kilometers away from us.
More and more people these days tend to find out that majority of the products they use regularly come from another country. About 50 years ago inter alia for significant percentage of clients obtaining something that would be produced in another country used to be considered as something luxury.