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Transnational corporations straddle the globe, largely unseen by the public. Cargill, with its headquarters in the US, is the largest private corporation in North America, and possibly in the world. Cargill trades in food commodities and produces a great many of them: grains, flour, malt, corn, cotton, salt, vegetable oils, fruit juices, animal feeds, and meat. Among its most profitable activities is its trade in the global financial markets. There are few national economies unaffected by Cargill's activities, and few eaters in the North whose food does not pass through Cargill's hands at some point. Yet Cargill remains largely invisible to most people and accountable to no one outside the company.
Brewster Kneen is Canada's foremost analyst and critic of agribusiness. He has written several books on different aspects of food and its production and also publishes a monthly newsletter, The Ram's Horn.Product Description:
Book by Kneen Brewster
Descrizione libro Pluto Press. Paperback. Condizione: GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, will have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included. Codice articolo 2944924766
Descrizione libro London: Pluto, 1995, 1995. Paper bound, 1st edition, 232pp inc. notes & index. For some reason, author's signature on title page is scribbled over, making it barely legible, else very good or better in card covers. 350 grams. Codice articolo 16425
Descrizione libro Pluto Press, UK, 1995. Paperback. Condizione: Fair. First Edition. 074530964X 232 pages. Index. References. Footnotes. "Clearly illustrates the philosophy and practice of transnational corporations - what they are and what they do. Describes and analyzes Cargill's global activities, its ability to shape national policies worldwide, its strategies, and the implications of these strategies for all of us." - from back cover. Above-average wear. Binding intact. Prior owner's name atop half-title page else unmarked. A worthy reading copy. Codice articolo 163A3990