And now you clearly don't get it. Globalisation isn't an idea, it's an actual thing that's already happening and will always happen... until we're all dead that is. The internet is what connects us, Facebook, Snapchat whatever not just "fucking instagram" ya mongol.
What do you mean what War migrants? Ever heard of Syria and Hong Kong and let's not forget, you can have migrants from just anywhere, since not every migrant is an immigrant. There are also migrants from India, Bangladesh, China and Pakistan. Migration is good because for the migrants, they want to live a better life and have better opportunities while for businesses, they can utilise skills and have more employees. However, this can also lead to the oversupply of the labour market which will lead to a higher unemployment rate and potentially a lower Human Development Index, worse Gini-coefficient and a reduction of Economic Development. If you haven't also realised, the oversupply of labour LEADS to labour costs lowering, not an excuse
If you still haven't realised you mongol, Globalisation is the connections between the world, people and countries getting CLOSER. Businesses don't control globalisation, they merely influence and are influenced by globalisation. They trade, they transport, they connect others, they employ and they can invest or make new businesses while people (consumers) can buy and sell things, they can send stuff like mails or packages, they can send money overseas to their relatives, they can communicate with others and they can surely enough invest in shares. There is nothing ordinary about people, we are all run by human nature, we can manipulate each other but we can also help each other. It's not about if Globalisation is good or not, it's merely how effective it can be in bringing people closer. Globalisation will affect businesses as much as it will affect the people. If you don't understand, you are an absolute moronic troll and don't even deserve to talk about economics. If you don't like globalisation, don't buy goods or services from businesses, don't go online. Why are you even here talking to me