Mission Abandoned: How Multinational Corporations Abandoned Their First Attempt to Eliminate Poverty. Why They Should Try Again.

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Mission Abandoned: How Multinational Corporations Abandoned Their First Attempt to Eliminate Poverty. Why They Should Try Again. - Boyle, Richard, and Ross, Robert

"Mission Abandoned" is a compelling firsthand account of the rise and fall of the Adela Investment Company, the critically important but long-forgotten enterprise launched in the 1960s by a blue-chip group of multinational corporations for the expressed purpose of promoting private sector development in Latin America.

Mission Abandoned: How Multinational Corporations Abandoned Their First Attempt to Eliminate Poverty. Why They Should Try Again. 2009, Robert Ross

ISBN-13: 9780615317373

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