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Global Trends


(To be published in Arabic for Arabi21)

Every presidential election year, an organization called the National Intelligence Council publishes a report called “Global Trends” which outlines what the world may look like in the next 20 years.  719 more words

Multinationals

Tax professionals urge UK government to delay interest expense reform

The U.K. government’s timetable for implementation of a key base erosion and profit-shifting project reform is too ambitious, tax professionals have warned.

There is “no need to rush” a review of U.K. 169 more words

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المُلك الجَبري وطَرائِقُهُ                         Mulk Jabryy and its modalities

على الرغم من ادعاء العكس، إلا أننا نشهد صعودًا ملحوظًا في صنوف السيطرة السلطوية خلال العقود الماضية، مع تحول شامل للسلطة من كونها في مؤسسات ديمقراطية (أو مؤهلة أن تكون ديمقراطية) إلى كونها مؤسسات شمولية.

Multinationals

Potential Human Rights Case for World’s Largest Carbon Emitters

In an unprecedented action, a government body has accused 47 of the world’s largest cement, oil, coal, and mining companies of releasing greenhouse gases that have violated the human rights of millions of people in the Philippines. 258 more words

Mining Advocacy

"Against that accusatory finger...

there are four more pointing back at you.”

— famous Chinese proverb (according to a someone much better-read than me)

What do you do with a Judas? 1,379 more words

Resistance

New UK chancellor stresses commitment to reduce corporate tax rate

The UK economy is well placed to respond to the “shock” of last month’s EU referendum decision, newly appointed chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond told members of Parliament, saying that the government is committed to ensuring that the UK has a competitive corporate tax system that encourages innovation and business investment. 80 more words

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Media conglomerates owned by multinationals: What freedom of expressions are we talking about?

 Media conglomerates owned by multinationals:

What freedom of expressions are we talking about?

Their means to kill any form of media independence

Today, RSF is publishing a report on the growing stranglehold of a few businessmen on media outlets all over the world. 76 more words

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