By Paul Feldman;Corinna Lotz
Feldman P., et al. a global to win.. a coarse advisor to destiny with out international capitalism (Lupus Books, 2004)(ISBN 0952345412)
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The collapse in late 2001 of Enron Corp, the American energy trading company, and the shredding of documents by auditors Arthur Andersen, exposed a world of make-believe where debt was marked down as revenue. In less than a year, Enron went from what many regarded as an innovative corporation to a byword for corruption and mismanagement. At the heart of the crisis was debt. In its first few years, Enron was simply a natural gas provider, but by 1989 it had begun trading natural gas commodities, and in 1994 it started trading electricity.
22 A World to Win By 1350, networks of trade which involved frequent movements of people, animals, goods and money ran from England to China, through France and Italy and across the Mediterranean. A more intense period of economic and cultural globalisation began in the 15th century, with the discovery of new continents and the beginnings of a more extended international market. Technological progress within the old feudal order helped create an explosion of wealth, new industries, exploration and commercialisation during that period.
This new international division of labour means that, throughout the world as a whole, there are millions more workers involved in production and administration, as well as retail and service industries. 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.