Big Business, Poor Peoples: How Transnational Corporations by John Madeley
By John Madeley
This new and up-to-date version of massive company, bad Peoples exposes what percentage of the common assets of constructing nations are being ceded to transnational businesses answerable to not anyone yet their shareholders. the writer argues that transnational organisations have used their cash, measurement and gear to steer foreign negotiations and they have taken complete benefit of the circulation in the direction of privatization to steer the regulations of governments. Sovereignty, he concludes, is passing into company fingers and the negative are paying the fee. yet individuals are combating again. voters, staff, groups, are exposing the firms and seeking out possible choices.
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