corporAID - The Austrian Platform for Business, Development and Global Responsibility (Please Note: Machine Translation)

Presence instead of withdrawal

The joint study by the Center for Emerging Markets and Central Eastern Europe of the Vienna University of Economics and Business and corporAID offers surprising findings.

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Better on site

Issue 91 - summer 2021
Not only among the first holidaymakers, but also economically, a corona recovery is slowly emerging. The fact that the International Monetary Fund is forecasting growth for the eurozone suggests ...

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Out of Africa

Issue 91 - summer 2021
Fortunately, today you no longer have to put Meryl Streep and Robert Redford under the Kenyan umbrella acacia or the Colombian Shakira Cameroonian verses ("Waka Waka") ...

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Build forward

Issue 91 - summer 2021
Since the 2015 SDGs for Sustainable Development were adopted in 17, a team led by US economist Jeffrey Sachs has been getting to work every year ...

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Greiner CEO Axel Kühner: Globalization has proven itself

Issue 91 - summer 2021
For Axel Kühner, CEO of the Upper Austrian family company Greiner, it is not only globalization that is one of the winners of the crisis. The pandemic has also given plastics a new status, he says in an interview with corporAID.

The cake is big

Issue 91 - summer 2021
Martin Nielsen, founder and CEO of the Kenyan streaming service provider Mdundo, only fears one competitor.

Covax: Left in the lurch?

Issue 91 - summer 2021
Vaccinating the entire world population against Covid-19 is a mammoth task. In most developing countries there is still a lack of available vaccines, financial resources and, in some cases, factual information - but the fight for global vaccination coverage is ongoing on many levels.

Assembly plan for vaccination Ikeas

Issue 91 - summer 2021
While there is currently a debate about a lack of vaccine supplies, Covax coordinator Benjamin Schreiber is already one step further in his thoughts.

Africa's music and film industry: Streaming Africa

Issue 91 - summer 2021
The African music and film industry is on the rise. Afrobeats stars create hits that the world will dance to, and Netflix is ​​knocking on film studios in Lagos and Cape Town. The increasing presence of international and African streaming service providers is opening up unprecedented revenue opportunities for the African art scene.

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distribution

Issue 91 - summer 2021
Usually the directors-general of the specialized agencies of the United Nations are only known to established connoisseurs of international politics. This applies to Messrs. Qu and ...

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Out of Africa

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Green in spirit

William D. Nordhaus shows how one can best meet global challenges with “green thinking”.
Planet Palm

Fatal fat

Jocelyn C. Zuckerman describes in a short and interesting way how palm oil became the most widely used vegetable oil on earth.