Lin (2006) demonstrates that globalization has benefitted the multinationals that have transferred production from with high wages and high prices for low-income countries. Through this method, globalization will benefit from the multinationals who receive employment in these countries and receive more labor while these workers suffer from poverty, limited income, deprivation of production, this indicates that there is poverty in the United Nations and limited income. This method has also benefited only a few people from globalization and foreign arrivals. Costa (2008) also notes that there has been a significant growth in international trade since 1990, from developing economies and countries such as BRIS economics such as Brazil and China.
Brokaw (2002) examines multinational strategies to help everyone and limit limited income. This strategy has won significant advantages of trade liberalization because it has a nationalized.