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business rules: who pays the price?

Friends of the Earth International, August 2003: Through a series of case studies, this publication highlights the powerful influence of corporations on the World Trade Organization (WTO) process. Big business has unparalleled access to trade negotiators, and this has resulted in a set of trade rules and agreements that directly benefit transnational commercial enterprises – often at the expense of local communities and small businesses, as well as future generations and the environment.

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