Global Business: Who Benefits?

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Heinemann-Raintree Library, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 56 pages
We rely on the media to give us information about global business. But how do we know what are the real stories behind the news? This book looks at the important issues surrounding global business, and how those issues have been reported in the media. And it explains why there are such widely differing opinions about the benefits - or otherwise - of global business.
 

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Contents

Dream or Nightmare?
How Global Business Works 14
Economic Winners and Losers 22
Environmental Winners and Losers 30
Health and Education 38
The Prospects 42
Find Out More 54
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David Downing grew up in suburban London. He is the author of six books in the John Russell espionage series, set in WWII Berlin: Zoo Station, Silesian Station, Stettin Station, Potsdam Station, Lehrter Station, and Masaryk Station and the nonfiction work, Sealing Their Fate: The Twenty-Two Days That Decided World War II. He is also the author of the Jack McColl Series. The first book in the series is Jack of Spies published in May 2014 by Soho Crime an imprint of Soho Press.

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