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   Surname 1 Name:Instructor:Institutional Affiliation:Date:Capitalism Leads to a Universal Empire in EuropeCapitalism is a system of the economy where things like money, transport systems, communications, factories, land are owned by private corporations or businesses that trade in a market that lacks competition. These types of systems invest capital or money to generate profits.It results in enriching the upper-class people and the development of corporations. However, this leads to inequality in Europe hence universal empire is created. Capitalism in Europe has contributed to more universal empires where wealthy people invest money in most projects to gain more profits (Tignor, Robert & Robert 56). Any person in Europe who is rich enough can beable to create a universal empire. The growth of capitalism in Europe has created many unequal opportunities where the poor are controlled by the rich. Some countries have tried to reduce imports and increase export through the process of mercantilism. The crises of capitalism where most people get low investments and wages results in poor economic growth and countries across Europe are faced with huge debts. The current crisis in Europe has presented serious problems in the legality of neoliberal. Capitalism has enabled the unification of most traditional systems. Greater nations have dominated other nations because they enjoy the benefits accrued from unfair markets. Most systems have been swallowed to allowcapitalism to develop further. Most states have dominated smaller economies and created new  political systems. International trade has reduced the bargaining power of other nations across Europe hence the Price Revolution started. The established States in Europe have been accused of controlling trade across the region making them more superior than other states. However,   Surname 2some more established countries in Europe have given loans to others to pay debts and improve their economies (Tignor, Robert & Robert 61). Universal empires are a historic structure of rule where the ancient empires conquered other nations for financial benefits which have been gaining momentum in the present world.   Surname 3Works CitedTignor, Robert L., and Robert L. Tignor. Worlds together, worlds apart: a history of the world  from the beginnings of humankind to the present  . WW Norton, 2014.
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