Surrounded by ambitious and unscrupulous colleagues, Calum keeps his head down and gets on with his research job at a hedge fund company. When in Rome, as they say, do as the Romans do. The money’s good and who is he to argue about corporate ethics? But a business trip to Namibia opens his eyes to the real-world implications of his company’s investment policies.
An Làmh a Bheir (The Hand that Gives) follows Calum on his journey to Namibia and to an epiphany about corporate greed and modern-day colonialism and a decision about his future.
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Reading Level: Early Intermediate (Ideal for learners, with English chapter summaries and glossaries)
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