C O N T E N T S
Influence Peddling - Nestle Style
- by Jonathan Ratner
The Nestle corporation goes on the offensive to counter critics of its infant formula marketing practices
Building on Martial Law
- by Walden Bello
Multinational corporations welcomed martial law in the Philippines with vast inflows of capital. These investments
- and World Bank "development" plans for the nation - have brought questionable benefits, or none at all, to most Filipinos.
The Philippines: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same
an interview with Benigno Aquino
This leading anti-Marcos figure, offers a glimpse of his own economic strategy, reveals active U.S. involvement in the
current political scene in the Philippines, and provides a scenario for a post Marcos government.
Zambia Gasps Under IMF Pressure
Banana Dispute Hits Nicaragua
Alusuisse Dodges Iceland Taxes
AIDing "Population Control"
Reagan to the Rescue
Bahamas Foils Toxic Dumping Plan
Libyan Oil Smears France
- MM reviews Oil and Class Struggle, ed. by Petter Nore and Terisa Turner