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Wie Kanzleien, SchiedsrichterInnen und Prozessfinanzierer das Geschäft mit dem Investitionsschutz befeuern

Ein kleiner Club aus internationalen Anwaltskanzleien, SchiedsrichterInnen und spekulativen Prozessfinanzierern befeuert weltweit Investorenklagen gegen Staaten, die SteuerzahlerInnen Milliarden kosten und Regulierungen zum Wohl der Allgemeinheit verhindern. Das zeigt eine neue Studie vom Transnational Institute und Corporate Europe Observatory.

Submitted by Gerald Häfner (not verified) on

Bitte sendet mir schnellstmöglich die Studie "Profit durch Unrecht" an meine MAiladresse
zu. Ich kann sie von Eurer Seite nicht öffnen.
Vielen Dank!
Gerald Häfner

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