Friday, 22 March , 2019

multinationals

New York Sues Exxon Mobil, Saying It Deceived Shareholders on Climate...

By John Schwartz Oct. 24, 2018 New York’s attorney general sued Exxon Mobil on Wednesday, claiming the company defrauded shareholders by downplaying the expected risks of...

Is China still willing to open its financial sector during trade...

Premier Li Keqiang makes fresh appeal to multinationals, but six months after foreign ownership changes, applications are still not being approved By Frank Tang 26...

L’ indispensable construction d’ une 5eme Internationale des travailleurs et de...

28/07/2017 1 Le système en place depuis une trentaine d’années est caractérisé par l’extrême centralisation du pouvoir dans toutes ses dimensions, locales et internationales, économiques, politiques...

It is imperative to construct a 5th International of workers and...

World acclaimed Marxist thinker Samir Amin dies 28/07/2017 1 For the last thirty years the world system has undergone an extreme centralization of power in all its...

Miseducating for the Global Economy: How Corporate Power Damages Education and...

by Gerald Coles All across the United States, corporations, politicians, economists, educators—and now, most remarkably, Ivanka Trump—cry out for new “education for the twenty-first century...

The Bayer-Monsanto Merger: Empowering a Life-Destroying Cartel

By Michael Welch, Dr. Vandana Shiva, Nick Meyer, and Ellen Brown May 20,2018 As much of the world and the media focuses on the wedding of Prince Harry...

Drug giants fined $11bn for criminal wrongdoing

Fines are not enough to reform drug industry, warn lawyers By Jeremy Laurance 19 September 2012 The global pharmaceutical industry has racked up fines of more...

The Opioid Epidemic in America – Killing One Million People

The Triumph of Capital (Creating a Domestic ‘Shithole’) By James Petras and Robin Eastman-Abaya The link between capitalism and drugs reaches back to the middle...

Qui sont les vrais pilleurs de l’Afrique et du Congo ?

Par Tony Busselen 20 Jan 2018 « Les dirigeants africains sont les nouveaux pilleurs coloniaux d’aujourd’hui » titrait récemment un site néerlandais. Un ami belge, observateur du Congo,...

L’Europe, principal obstacle sur la route d’un traité international contre l’impunité...

par Olivier Petitjean 20 décembre 2017 Bientôt un nouveau traité international sur les multinationales, permettant de rééquilibrer la balance entre respect des droits humains et droit...