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16 de Julio de 2010

La burbuja alimentaria: de qué modo Wall Street llevó a la inanición a millones de personas y salió indemne


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A pesar de que Goldman Sachs ha accedido a pagar 550 millones de dólares para dirimir una demanda civil presentada por la SEC, la empresa no ha sido responsabilizada por muchas de sus otras inversiones cuestionables. Un nuevo artículo publicado en la revista Harper’s analiza el papel desempeñado por Goldman en la crisis alimentaria de 2008, cuando otros 250 millones de personas pasaron a engrosar las cifras de hambrientos en el mundo. Hablamos con Frederick Kaufman, editor colaborador de Harper’s Magazine.

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