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14 January 2019

Commentary: Call to rethink current model of capitalism to address the rising inequality in Africa

Author: Prof. Bitange Ndemo, in Daily Nation (Kenya)

"Let’s address the rising economic inequality in Africa"...

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14 January 2013

Leaders link multinationals eying land in region to bloodletting [Kenya] [Includes video]

Author: Bozo Jenje, Daily Nation [Kenya]

The bloodletting in Tana Delta may be linked to scramble for fertile soils by multi-nationals besides animosity between local communities. Local leaders and residents now blame the sporadic violence on external forces out to drive the communities out...

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13 July 2008

Kenya court halts $370m sugar, biofuels project

Author: Daniel Wallis, Reuters

A Kenyan court has temporarily halted a $370 million sugar and biofuels project in a coastal wetland that conservation groups warned would threaten wildlife and local livelihoods. The government and the country's biggest sugar miller, Mumias, wants...

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11 February 2008

Environment concerns rising among CEOs [Kenya]

Author: Morris Aron, Business Daily [Kenya]

Company executives are increasingly viewing environmental concerns as an integral part of their strategy making efforts, a new global survey indicates…The McKinsey Quarterly survey found that the majority of executives now view environmental concerns...

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1 January 2007

[PDF] Building Linkages for Competitive and Responsible Entrepreneurship

Author: Jane Nelson, The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

As the [OECD] has commented…”Increasing economic growth is essential – but it is not enough. The quality of growth –its sustainability, composition and equity – is equally important”…In many developing countries achieving this goal [improving the...

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