By Paul Feldman;Corinna Lotz
Feldman P., et al. an international to win.. a coarse consultant to destiny with no worldwide capitalism (Lupus Books, 2004)(ISBN 0952345412)
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Enron tailored electricity and natural gas contracts to reflect the cost of delivery to a specific destination – creating for the first time, a nation-wide and ultimately global energy-trading network. The company claimed a 57% increase in sales between 1996 and 2000. Much of Enron’s balance sheet, however, did not make sense to analysts. By the late 1990s, Enron had begun shuffling its debt obligations into offshore partnerships. At the same time, the company was reporting inaccurate trading revenues.
Unregulated and free from state interference, the new capitalist class in Britain and elsewhere were, within decades, to change the face of the planet. It was truly an historic, revolutionary transformation. The new working class struggled to find its identity. Trade unions were banned during the Napoleonic wars which began soon after the French Revolution of 1789. In 1834, six farm workers from Tolpuddle in Dorset were convicted under the 1797 Mutiny Act for taking an oath when they formed a union 24 A World to Win and were deported to Australia.
In China alone, the number of workers in factories has risen by 100 million in a decade, while an equal number are thought to be without work. 5 billion in 30 years. The migration from countryside to town seen in Britain at the beginning of the industrial revolution is repeating itself in Asia and South America. Millions of manufacturing jobs disappear in the United States and Europe, only to reappear in Mexico or in Asia. Dr Marten’s work shoes were until recently produced in Northampton. The factory was shut and now they are being made in South China where the workers are paid 20 cents an hour.