Christian Aid's 2007 report "A Rich Seam: Who Benefits from Rising Commodity Prices?" indicates that mining companies that extract raw commodities—such as oil, nickel, or copper—turn th
Changing the world by changing the rules.
Understanding the perils and promise of international trade. Includes Web Exclusive: List of additional readings and resources.
• Write your members of Congress to demand that they not renew the president's "fast track" authority on trade agreements, which ties Congress's hands by allowing it only to approv
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Join the trade justice movement
Go to the "get involved" or "take action" links on the following Web sites:
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