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Responsibility of International Corporations
Lily Houston
Large corporations such as Nestle and Exxon mobile have traditionally supplied raw materials with a low price from developing countries, but they have shown only little amount of co-operation with local associations and governments. The global economical downhill hits harder on people at BOP who just were able to taste luxury of westernization. As if in Dante´s play the poorest become more vulnerable while the richest hardly care anything else than environmental agreements and their own benefits. Large corporations and the European Union should carry more responsibility, minimize the export of cheap European food products to Africa and build networks with BOP organizations. We cannot talk about markets without real activity. Speculation and idealism do not make sense if we don't do anything by ourselves either. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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