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October 13, 2020 20:08

and the long-distance transport of poultry entails the risk of spoilage. When you reduce the scale of such an operation right down to the level of the family farm, these risks all but disappear. And yet a small farmer with a few dozen free-range chickens is likely to be subject to essentially the same regulations, often raising costs to levels that can make it impossible to remain in business.

October 13, 2020 20:08

Meanwhile, regulations operating at a national level tend to undermine their smaller competitors. Take the example of chicken farms. Huge, battery-style farms clearly need stringent environmental and health regulations. Tens of thousands of closely confined animals are highly prone to disease; the tons of concentrated effluent need to be safely disposed of;

October 13, 2020 20:07

Meanwhile, regulations operating at a national level tend to undermine their smaller competitors. Take the example of chicken farms. Huge, battery-style farms clearly need stringent environmental and health regulations. Tens of thousands of closely confined animals are highly prone to disease; the tons of concentrated effluent need to be safely disposed of;

October 13, 2020 20:07

Meanwhile, regulations operating at a national level tend to undermine their smaller competitors. Take the example of chicken farms. Huge, battery-style farms clearly need stringent environmental and health regulations. Tens of thousands of closely confined animals are highly prone to disease; the tons of concentrated effluent need to be safely disposed of;

October 13, 2020 20:07

Firstly, regulations. In the name of growth, global trade and finance is increasingly deregulated, while the local market is subject to often stifling amounts of red tape. Deregulation has led to an exponential expansion in the power and influence of transnational corporations, or TNCs. In the name of free trade, constraints on TNCs and banks have been removed, creating an interlinked global empire that has turned our elected representatives into little more than corporate servants.

October 13, 2020 20:07

Firstly, regulations. In the name of growth, global trade and finance is increasingly deregulated, while the local market is subject to often stifling amounts of red tape. Deregulation has led to an exponential expansion in the power and influence of transnational corporations, or TNCs. In the name of free trade, constraints on TNCs and banks have been removed, creating an interlinked global empire that has turned our elected representatives into little more than corporate servants.

October 13, 2020 20:07

Firstly, regulations. In the name of growth, global trade and finance is increasingly deregulated, while the local market is subject to often stifling amounts of red tape. Deregulation has led to an exponential expansion in the power and influence of transnational corporations, or TNCs. In the name of free trade, constraints on TNCs and banks have been removed, creating an interlinked global empire that has turned our elected representatives into little more than corporate servants.

October 13, 2020 20:06

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 13, 2020 20:06

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.

October 13, 2020 20:06

The global economy is dependent for its existence on three key mechanisms, which together provide a hugely unfair advantage to big business. These are: regulations, taxes and subsidies.