Le commerce équitable : vers une régulation sociale ou une gouvernance libérale?
The bringing of the equitable trade with respect to the great distribution and the transnational corporations, the registered voter in an ethical approach of the economy. However this orientation runs the risk of the denial of the politic and to fail in his social politique. However by privatisation the regulation of work and the trade, the NGO also tend to reinforce a current which it denounces: a governorship by the civil society of néolibérale nature.
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