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30.11.2017

WTO and the fourth industrial revolution

The 11th WTO Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires shall discuss – among other topics – the liberalisation of E-commerce. The digital divide is likely to deepen even more. The Alliance Sud position.

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15.12.2016

Strengthening local rice markets – The case of smallholder producers in the Philippines

In view of the expected trade liberalisation in the ASEAN countries in 2017, reducing barriers of market access and strengthening the market position of local smallholders represent important interventions. In Iloilo Province in the Philippines, the...
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21.11.2016

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Venezuela: Die bolívarische Revolution wollte die Armut für immer verbannen. Jetzt ist sie wegen der Versorgungsnot an einen toten Punkt gelangt

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31.10.2017

Postkapitalismus : Grundrisse einer kommenden Ökonomie / Paul Mason ; aus dem Englischen von Stephen Gebauer

Ist der Kapitalismus, wie wir ihn kennen, zukunftsfähig? In seinem viel diskutierten Buch legt der britische Journalist Paul Mason dar, woran das jetzige Wirtschaftssystem seiner Ansicht nach krankt und wie eine neue Ökonomie aussehen könnte. Für Mason steckt der Kapitalismus westlicher Prägung in...

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30.11.2017

WTO and the fourth industrial revolution

The 11th WTO Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires shall discuss – among other topics – the liberalisation of E-commerce. The digital divide is likely to deepen even more. The Alliance Sud position.
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27.10.2017

Contradictory plans for Africa

Migration prevention is becoming an ever more prominent feature of international cooperation. Lately, the funding of systems of repression has also become a part of it. The new Foreign Minister is well advised to raise questions about this trend.
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10.4.2017

Yes to globalization – but with fairness!

Donald Trump's election as US President is the culmination of a trend whereby ever more people in industrialized countries regard globalization has misguided. Does this signal victory for the progressive "anti-globalization movement"? An analysis.

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