globalize


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make world-wide in scope or application

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Globalize Translation services are now divided into 4 packages.
She said "in the case of non-response of the Kuwaiti side to the Iraqi demands to stop the construction of Great Port Mubarak, the nuclear reactor, UN Resolution 833, stealing of oil wells (slant drilling), then, the Iraqi authorities will globalize these issues to the UN.
Globalize, who scored four of his five wins at Bay Meadows and Golden Gate Fields, had to be scratched after being kicked by his accompanying pony on the way from the track to the barn Thursday morning.
Bettors failed to absorb that observation and Globalize returned $25.
Our customers' needs and desires have globalized and we must globalize to meet them.
Companies that globalize their sites receive more than twice the percentage of sales revenue from international users as those who don't.
Globalize rallied to win the Grade 2 Spiral Stakes at Turfway Park, Florida, on Saturday, after looking beaten at halfway, writes Dan Farley.
The "Plaza shock" was strong enough to convince industries across the board to globalize their business strategies.
Pfieffer co-founded in 2001, provides advisory services to leading international banks and consulting companies on strategies and tactics to globalize financial service operations.
For manufacturers willing to sell their products in foreign countries, meeting with the right distributor is key to the success of their export operations," says Lionel Chaulet, founder of We Globalize.
Facing powerful forces to globalize, midsize firms can tap overseas opportunities, such as a rising global middle class, but they must also contend with increased political, economic, and cultural risk.