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Africa rising - but who benefits?

Africa rising - but who benefits? | Multi-national companies. Good thing? Bad thing? | Scoop.it
Economic growth rates in many African countries that outstrip other parts of the world, but do those figures reflect an improving quality of life?
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Breakthrough cancer drug that targets most aggressive tumours developed

Breakthrough cancer drug that targets most aggressive tumours developed | Multi-national companies. Good thing? Bad thing? | Scoop.it
The drug works in a completely new way by altering the structure of a cancer growth proteins rather than merely blocking its activity, to tackle even the most dangerous cancers.
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Retailer calls for Bangladesh action

Retailer calls for Bangladesh action | Multi-national companies. Good thing? Bad thing? | Scoop.it
The Bangladesh government must do more to improve its clothes manufacturing industry, according to UK-based company Wilson Imports.
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Cameron hails China 'opportunity'

Cameron hails China 'opportunity' | Multi-national companies. Good thing? Bad thing? | Scoop.it
Prime Minister David Cameron says China provides a "huge opportunity" for British business as he signs £1.4bn in trade deals, but also urges respect for human rights.
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Land Rover creates 1,000 new jobs

Land Rover creates 1,000 new jobs | Multi-national companies. Good thing? Bad thing? | Scoop.it
More than 1,000 new members of staff are to be recruited at Jaguar Land Rover's manufacturing plant in Solihull.
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The rise of 'tax shaming'

The rise of 'tax shaming' | Multi-national companies. Good thing? Bad thing? | Scoop.it
There seems to be a growing culture of naming and shaming companies that avoid corporate tax. But what impact does it have?
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