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The Mediterranean migrant crisis, big business and climate change

Foreign direct investment (FDI) can be a major driver of economic growth in developing nations – as long as it seeks to grow human potential and eschews extractive practices which deplete resources, damage local environments and offshore any profits.

Published: Tuesday 14 July, 2015



Forced migration is framed as a political issue but climate change and inequality are fuelling the catastrophe and business has a role play in solving it, Henrietta L. Moore writes in the Guardian

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