To create a true free market, multinational predators must be restricted from creating monopolies. International agreements that protect labor rights, human rights, and environmental standards are the only way to achieve this goal. Awaiting government action alone is no longer an option – companies need to take action now. Therefore, we are asking all responsible businesses to sign the Global Deal for Good Jobs in the Digital Economy.
With this agreement, workers will be able to get good jobs with fair pay, safe working conditions, and respect for their fundamental rights at work. Additionally, it will protect our planet from climate change and other environmental damage caused by digital technologies like artificial intelligence (AI). Also included are measures that promote gender equality, diversity, and inclusion across all aspects of business operations, including recruitment practices, management structures, and decision-making processes. By signing this deal, you demonstrate your commitment to creating better jobs today while building a more inclusive economy tomorrow – where everyone benefits from technology rather than just those who own it. We should make AI work for us rather than against us! Let’s do it together!
One example of a predator multinational is Daimler-Benz. During the late 1990s, they merged (took over) Chrysler. The bank balance of Chrysler was over $15 billion. Daimler then used that money to prop up Mercedes, and then sold Chrysler to Cerebus. Chrysler was incredibly in debt by this point. In an ironic twist, the US government bailed out Chrysler for $15 billion.
This is the same bank account that Daimler had previously used to prop up Mercedes.
It’s called a merger. It’s a way of broadening and diversifying your product line. I’ll use the example of Ford and Volvo: Ford had a strong foothold in North America, whereas Volvo had established themselves in Europe. When they merged, Volvo used Ford’s “muscle” to gain a foothold in North America, while Ford gained a foothold in Europe. Daimler-Benz did the same thing with Chrysler: it used Chrysler’s “muscle” to gain a foothold in North America.
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You’ve probably heard the term “monopoly” thrown around a lot lately. How well do you understand its meaning? In any case, keep reading because this is one of those things that’s important to understand if we don’t want to become victims here in our own country.
Monopolies fall into two categories: natural and artificial. In an industry with only one company (such as utilities), there is a natural monopoly. Companies get together and collude or merge into one big conglomerate (like Standard Oil) when they become artificial monopolies. Although this is illegal under antitrust laws, it occurs all the time.
Who usually benefits from these collusions? Government! Their friends in Big Business are the ones who make it happen with subsidies, tax breaks, protectionist tariffs, bailouts, and other favors.
Today, every major corporation lobby heavily for regulations that favor them over smaller competitors while simultaneously working against any new competition entering the market…and they always win! Due to decades-worth of legislation passed by corrupt politicians bought off by lobbyists looking out for themselves instead of us, most industries have become oligopolies or even monopolies in recent years. Don’t get me wrong – I’m not saying ALL regulations are bad. Just most
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