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Which of these two is right?

This project can raise the sale at the global level

This project can raise the sale in the global level

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Neither is correct. I suspect what you mean to say is

This project may increase global sales.

If you want to stay as close as possible to the original, then say

This project can raise sales at the global level.

The latter will be understood and sound idiomatic even if a bit verbose.

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The usual preposition to use with "level" is "at". Something is at a particular level. I would use the plural of "sale" too, and omit the definite article, since "sales" is general.

This project can raise sales at the global level.

The preposition "in" can be used with a different noun, say "market". In this case

This project can raise sales in the global market.

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