Globalisation of agriculture means that every country of the world should have a free access to the markets of other countries as far as agricultural products are concerned.
Arguments in Favour of Globalisation:
(i) Those countries which are deficient in food production will get their demands fulfilled by other countries.
(ii) It is argued that more countries trade with each other, the more their standard of living improves.
(iii) The globalisation of agriculture is supposed to increase the production of food and improve the economic condition of farmers throughout the world.
(iv) The low productivity of the small farmers will be eliminated.
(v) It is also argued that the poor will also stand to gain by the globalisation of agriculture.
(vi) It will enhance efficiency of food production.