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John Pilger: The New Rulers of the World / War By Other Means / Burp! Pepsi vs Coke in the Ice Cold War

A triple-bill from ivestigative journalist John Pilger. 'The New Rulers of the World' explores the impact of globalisation taking Indonesia as a prime example of how multinational companies and organisations such as IMF and the World Bank collapse economies. 'War By Other Means' examines the crippling debt and humanitarian issues that are raised when third world countries are unable to pay even the interest on loans from first world banks. 'Burp! Pepsi vs Coke in the Ice Cold War' illuminates Coca Cola's bid for worldwide soft drink supremacy.

Year: 1984
Genre: Documentaries, Political Docos, Special Editions
Country: Australia
Starring: John Pilger
Duration: 158 Minutes
Rating: PG
9.3/10
Location in store: Documentary (Political)

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