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There has also been a negative impact of globalisation in India. Globalisation has posed major challenges to a large number of small producers. Globalisation which resulted from liberalisation of Foreign Trade policies allowed the import of electronic goods at a very cheap cost. Local producers of electronic goods were not able to meet with this challenge. MNCs flooded the market with quality products at a cheap price. Local producer were not able to compete with this and were put to hardship as their goods do not have a market. Another negative factor to globalisation is the lower wages that are given to labourers. In order to compete in the world market, exporters try and cut labour costs and workers are denied their fair share of benefits as manufacturers are always on the look out for cheaper labour .

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