Which U.S. companies earn the highest payouts?
Petrochemical giant Monsanto earns the top 10 percent of all U.N. awards, earning more than $12 million.
But the U.K.-based company also takes home the most award money: nearly $5 million.
That’s almost a full million more than any other country.
That distinction belongs to the French pharmaceutical company Novartis, which has the most money in awards for pharmaceutical products, earning nearly $3.5 million, and is followed by Pfizer ($2.4 million), Bayer ($2 million), and Novartes ($2,037,000).
The U.A.E. holds the dubious honor of being the only nation that does not award any foreign company any significant amounts of awards.
And the U-S.
leads all the way at just under $4 million in awards.
Here’s a breakdown of all the major awards the United Nations awarded in the past year: 1.
U.F.O.: A team of scientists in Brazil discovered the first-ever case of the Zika virus and named it the UFOP (U.
Fonauts Obituados por Brazil).
The name, coined by Brazilian researcher Mariano Rocha, means “one who comes from the Earth.”
It refers to the fact that scientists have been investigating the mysterious virus for more than a decade, and have found no trace of the virus.
Migrant Workers’ Rights: The U-N.
has called on governments to grant rights for migrant workers in Latin America.
This year, it announced that Guatemala will receive the most awards, with $3 million for the government to improve migrant workers’ working conditions and legal protections.
It also announced the award of $2.5 in aid to Guatemala for the first time.
Climate Change: The United Nations called for an international treaty to limit greenhouse gas emissions and set goals for reducing emissions from the fossil fuel sector.
In 2016, the U.-N.
passed a resolution that called for “a climate strategy that incorporates all the best available science, including climate adaptation, resilience, resilience and adaptation strategies.”
Water and Water-related Projects: In the past, the United States was the biggest finisher of U.
Ns awards for water and water-related projects.
That changed in 2017 with the United Kingdom’s $5.4 billion for the Clean Water Initiative.
But even the U and U-K are far behind Brazil, which got $3 billion in the last year.
U-Maine: The University of Maine is one of the oldest U.ns. institutions.
Its first campus opened in 1855 and has been home to the University of Minnesota since 1883.
The school, which is affiliated with the University, received a total of $1.4.8 million in the 2016-17 academic year, the highest number in U. N. history.
Ubiomexico: The global biotechnology company Ubiomesco is a subsidiary of Dow Chemical.
It has made a name for itself with its work on the Zika-related virus and other infectious diseases.
In 2019, Ubiomedsco earned $1 million in global awards for its work.
China: China is the second-largest recipient of U-Ns awards in the world.
In the last fiscal year, U-China received $2 million in U-NAI awards, which include support for education and research, as well as support for small businesses.
UBS: The Swiss bank is the world’s largest bank.
In 2017, it earned more than US$2 billion in global and domestic awards, including $2 billion for its research and development.
UB: The British university has been the U’s largest recipient of awards in its history.
It received more than half of its award money in 2016-2017.
MDA: The MDA is the largest independent university in Africa.
In 2018, it was awarded $1 billion in UNAI grants for its medical research and education programs, including the Human Microbiology Lab and the UBCM School of Medical Engineering.