World-wide, mutual dependence. Perceived as each country depending on, and depended on other countries. Comes from the importing and exporting of goods and services. Has been the source that highly contributes to global interdependence. Oil is an example of those countries who generate it having created a global interdependence with those other countries that need it, that depend heavily on it.

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