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Title: Make Poverty Business - Increase Profits and Reduce Risks by Engaging with the Poor
Description: Sheffield: GREENLEAF PUBLISHING, 2006. 1st. Hardcover. 16x24cm. ".construct(s) a rigorous profit-making argument for multinational corporations to do more business with the poor.examines the successes, failures and missed opportunities of a wide range of global companies including Wal-Mart, BP, Unilever, Shell and HSBC when dealing with the poor and with development advocates in the media, NGOs, governments and international innovation - not only to create new products and services but also to find new sources of competitive advantage in the supply chain and to develop more sustainable, lower-cost business models in developing countries." Seemingly unread without marks or wear, but boards are slightly warped and front cover bears faint linear impression plus several tiny pock-marks.. Very Good to Near Fine .

Keywords: Poverty World Debt Financial Business Economy Inequality Wilson Greenleaf

Price: GBP 12.70 = appr. US$ 18.14 Seller: Hay on Wye Promotions Ltd
- Book number: MPS3330

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