New Internationalist

An NI Map

Issue 257

new internationalist
issue 257 - July 1994

Adjusting structures,
destroying lives -
an
NI map
The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund have imposed a series of draconian economic measures on debt-ridden Third World economies to ensure they can continue to pay. Industrial countries have voluntarily adopted similar if less severe measures to enhance their global competitiveness. This special NI map surveys the damage to people and nature.

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