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Top 200: The Rise of Corporate Global Power
This study examines the economic and political pow

 
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By Sarah Anderson (au); John Cavanagh (au)
Year: 2000
Pages: 13
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437902510

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This study examines the economic and political power of the world’s top 200 corporations in 2000. Led by General Motors, these are the firms that are driving the process of corporate globalization and arguably benefiting the most from it. The report then examines the extent to which these firms are providing what is good for the country and global society in general. It concludes that widespread trade and investment liberalization have contributed to a climate in which dominant corporations are enjoying increasing levels of economic and political clout that are out of balance with the tangible benefits they provide to society. The study reinforces a strong public distrust of the economic and political power of corporations. Charts and tables.

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