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Problems, Fascinations and Opportunities: A Preface
Top 10 Corporations Global Market Share by Sector
Who Owns Nature?
The Context
Corporate Farm Inputs: Seeds, Agrochemicals, Fertilizers
Seed Industry
World’s Top 10 Seed Companies
Top 10 Share of Global Proprietary Seed Market
Global Proprietary Seed Market, 2007
Agrochemical Industry
World’s Top 10 Pesticide Firms
Fertilizer Industry
World’s Biggest Fertilizer Companies
Corporate Food Outputs: Food & Beverage Manufacturing; Global Grocery Retailers
Food & Beverage Manufacturing Industry
World’s Top 10 Food & Beverage Corporations
Grocery Retailing Industry
World’s Top 10 Global Food Retailers
Pharmaceutical Industry
World’s Top 10 Pharmaceutical Companies
Big Pharma: Top 10’s Market Share of Top 100 Companies
Biotechnology Industry
World’s Top 10 Publicly-Traded Biotechnology Companies
Biotech’s Top 10 Blockbuster Drugs, 2007
Veterinary Pharmaceutical Industry
World’s Top 10 Animal Pharma Companies
the BioInformation Industry
Major Players in DNA Data Generation
Synthetic Biology Players and Corporate Partners
Chemical Industry: Top 10
Leading Commercial Gene Synthesis Companies
Petroleum Refning: Top 10
Forest, Paper & Packaging Corporations: Top 10
Conclusion
The Global Economy: Who’s Got the Power?
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Who Owns Nature? Corporate Power and the Final Frontier in the Commodification of Life

Who Owns Nature? Corporate Power and the Final Frontier in the Commodification of Life

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New technologies don’t need to be socially useful or technically superior (i.e., they don’t have to work) in order to be profitable. All they have to do is chase away the competition and coerce governments into surrendering control. Once the market is monopolised, how the technology performs is irrelevant.
New technologies don’t need to be socially useful or technically superior (i.e., they don’t have to work) in order to be profitable. All they have to do is chase away the competition and coerce governments into surrendering control. Once the market is monopolised, how the technology performs is irrelevant.

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