The New Imperialism: Crisis and Contradictions in North/South Relations
Bloomsbury Academic, 2000 M08 1 - 368 páginas
This major intellectual exploration seeks to deepen our understanding of the way in which modern capitalism works. The author argues, in particular, that it has always rested in part on the unremunerated labour of women, the non-sustainable extraction of natural resources and the racist exploitation of the non-European periphery.
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In some respects , it is perfectly true that Northern capitalism was investing to re -
technologise the old industries in order to ... Britain witnessed a massive
investment in new technology in the textiles industry in the period after the
recession of ...
The share of foreign direct investment and equity acquisition within North - South
finance flows increased from less than 10 per cent in 1981 to 25 per cent in 1991.
' The North was highly selective in the countries it chose for these resources ...
But there was also an international dimension to China's strategy for escaping
dependency : to mobilise investment from Chinese living outside the PRC .
Historically , most of the investment in coastal ' Special Economic Zones ' has
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