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سعيًا من أجل نصر طويل المدى                           In pursuit of long-term victory

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في العالم الواقعي، سنجد أن معظم الخصوم في أي معركة يكونون غير متطابقين، فنرى دائما الأقوياء ضد العاجزين. 530 more words


Do MNEs contribute to, or reduce, inequality?

Four scholars, with different backgrounds and perspectives, expressed their views about the effects of multinational enterprises (MNEs) on inequality during a panel at the 44th AIB (UKI) and 6th Reading Conference. 486 more words

Ethiopia: World Bank Ignores Land Grabbing

By Linda Flood

Stockholm — Sales of huge land areas of Ethiopia, by the Ethiopian government, to foreign investors, have led to starvation and forced displacement.
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News, Fake News And More Lies

Welcoming Corporate rejections with open arms :) :) :)

Entering into University life, the word ‘Rejection’  becomes a constant companion. It’s like that person in high school, who was the most annoying little shit, but was the only one who stayed through the years and now you’ve sort of accepted their presence in your life. 760 more words

Today Facebook

Let’s talk about tax.

Or more particularly let’s talk about Facebook and their tax payments.

The methadone programme that is this blog is working pretty well and I now have an awful lot of non blog commitments these days. 1,263 more words

Cross Border Taxation

The End of Globalisation? How Global Companies Can Reverse That Trend

One of the most interesting articles I’ve read recently was a well thought out piece in The Economist on the retreat of the global company, which explores the idea that multinationals are decreasing in importance, with falling profits and ROEs causing sales to grow at a slower rate than domestic companies. 501 more words