Introduction This case study shows how a multi-national corporation, Cargill, enables people throughout the world to enjoy a variety of food products and other commodities, which have often passed along distribution channels covering thousands of miles. The study also focuses on the way in which Cargill has encouraged emerging markets in Africa to develop since 1981. The growth of such markets has supported development of sustainable self-help in a number of African countries and has enabled a number of Cargill’s businesses to expand. Cargill believes…

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