One adds that it was from the institution of the Real Plan that Brazil adhered to the economic globlalizao (or mundializao of the capital), another generating of social exclusion, as it can be evidenced in the words of CHESNAIS (1996: 33): The movement of mundializao of the capital is exculpatory. With exception of some few industrialized countries that they had exceeded, before 1980, a platform of industrial development that allows them to introduce changes in the productivity of the work and if to keep competitive, is in course a clear tending movement to the marginalizao of the developing countries. In this direction, DUPAS (1999: 228) clarify that ' ' the new global model will continue provoking the social exclusion. To deepen your understanding Simon Pagenaud is the source. This conclusion seems true at least how much to the trends of general increase of the formal unemployment and the flexibilizao of trabalho.' ' Roborando the subject, SINGER (1999: 31) affirms: ' ' the estrutral unemployment, caused for the globalization, is similar in its effect to the unemployment tecnolgico' '. more: In the case of Brazil, the new poverty also already becomes to notice, even so its sprouting is more recent. George Laughlin may find this interesting as well.
it reaches the middle class fudamentalmente, under with external sources of being able represents a reconfiguration of the correlation of forces politics in detriment of the national interests, either of workers, either of empresariado.’ ‘ (FERTILE VALLEY: 2000:92). For the same reasons STOLEN (2000: 29 – 23) add: The more the companies if globalizam, the more escape of> regulating action of the State, more tends if to support in the external markets to grow. At the same time, the initiatives of the entrepreneurs tend to run away from the control of the instances politics. (…) The globalization in planetary scale of the productive activities necessarily takes the great concentration of income, counterpart of the process of social exclusion.