Monday, 11 October 2010

Global Banking - GlobaliSation or GlobaliZation

I recommend this meeting; It seems very fitting, that it is on the same day as government cuts are being announced.  Andrew is a confident and easy speaker, so it should be a good meeting.  A chance to have a thorough discussion of a vital topic!:


A talk by Andrew Rising (of Cromer Farm Shop, Cromer) titled -

"Global Banking - GlobaliSation or GlobaliZation? or How Wall Street Killed Main Street" 

At the Community Centre, Garden Street, Cromer 

on Wednesday, 20 October, 2010 at 7.30 p.m.

The title of this talk refers to the way in which the banking system, and governments, are geared to the corporization of the world, rather than a straightforward globalisation of trade. It echoes the older expression "Wall Street Killed Main Street", i.e. the High Street.

Andrew Rising is well known in Cromer for supporting local producers in his Cromer Farm Shop. However his earlier career was in global banking. He saw the crisis coming and is well placed to explain the inevitable impacts of global banking to the rest of us - especially on the very day, 20th October, when cuts to public spending are being announced by the government!

The meeting has been organised by the North Norfolk Green Party, but people of all parties or none are welcome. 
http://northnorfolk.greenparty.org.uk


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I recommend this meeting; It seems very fitting, that it is on the same day as government cuts are being announced.  Andrew is a confident and easy speaker, so it should be a good meeting.  A chance to have a thorough discussion of a vital topic!:


A talk by Andrew Rising (of Cromer Farm Shop, Cromer) titled -

"Global Banking - GlobaliSation or GlobaliZation? or How Wall Street Killed Main Street" 

At the Community Centre, Garden Street, Cromer 

on Wednesday, 20 October, 2010 at 7.30 p.m.

The title of this talk refers to the way in which the banking system, and governments, are geared to the corporization of the world, rather than a straightforward globalisation of trade. It echoes the older expression "Wall Street Killed Main Street", i.e. the High Street.

Andrew Rising is well known in Cromer for supporting local producers in his Cromer Farm Shop. However his earlier career was in global banking. He saw the crisis coming and is well placed to explain the inevitable impacts of global banking to the rest of us - especially on the very day, 20th October, when cuts to public spending are being announced by the government!

The meeting has been organised by the North Norfolk Green Party, but people of all parties or none are welcome. 
http://northnorfolk.greenparty.org.uk


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