Before discussing this very well topic.Let us first clear the meaning of GLOBALISATION. Globalisation is basically a system for the interaction of different countries of the world to improve or enhance the global economy. It involves technical,economical,political and cultural exchanges made possible by advance in communication. Globalisation usually means neoliberalism and free trade globally, and the integration of poor countries into a world economy of open competition, imports and exports.
Now,coming directly to the topic, I think globalization is good for developing countries. It gives them access to the market,and a better view for the upcoming technologies. It also increases the economic reforms. It also helps in reducing poverty in many developing countries by trade. Competition in the international market gives rise to the better technologies to come your way with lot of economic advantages.
By globalization you get to know about whats new in the outside market . Also, globalization allows the brainpower of the world to converge on a certain problem, instead of having 100 different people re-inventing the wheel without contact with each other. If there is no globalization there is no way to eat tomatoes in December, apples in summers and many more things you enjoy in different weathers.
Considering the example like a country Cuba, it doesn’t interact or trade with other nations. And consequently the result is people there can barely afford to eat, it’s in a worse state than many of the other South American nations. The reason for this is isolation. Countries need each other to grow and even to survive. Trade always produces growth, countries sell the excess of things they don’t need and in return receive things they do need.
So, by concluding the topic I think globalization contributes in the progress of the nation and is good for developing countries.