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"Foreign Control Watchdog" 94, August 2000


"Foreign Control Watchdog" 94, August 2000 is now available on line. The address is http://www.converge.org.nz/watchdog

These are the contents:

*A Slight Improvement, Must Do Much Better. Our Report Card On The Government

*Ownership of Fisheries: Opportunities Missed *An ANZAC Dollar: All We Get In Exchange For Our Sovereignty?

*Seize The Suhartos' NZ Assets: Update On CAFCA's Campaign

*Submission To Ministerial Inquiry Into Telecommunications: Nationalise Telecom, No Compensation

*Free Trade Or Fair Trade?

*David Defeats Goliath: David Small Wins $20,000 From Police From 1996 SIS Break-In

*Call For Inquiry Into Police Political Spying

*Video Reviews: "The WTO And The Global War System", "Global Village Or Global Pillage?"

*Book Reviews: "Free Trade In The New Millennium: Papers From NZ Institute Of International Affairs Seminar"

*"A Play Of Hamlet Without The Prince Of Denmark. UNCTAD's "World Investment Report 1999" *"Europe Inc. Regional & Global Restructuring And The Rise Of Corporate Power"

*"Reclaiming The Future: New Zealand And The Global Economy"

*Farmer Acquitted On Pylon Sabotage Charges

*Notices

The material on this site may be reproduced provided the source is acknowledged. Published by Foreign Control Watchdog Inc, Box 2258, Christchurch, New Zealand. email cafca@chch.planet.org.nz

Note that the regular analysis of the decisions of the Overseas Investment Commission, which are published in every Foreign Control Watchdog are not republished here because they are available on the web site of the Campaign Against Foreign Control of Aotearoa (CAFCA).

CAFCA Campaign Against Foreign Control of Aotearoa PO Box 2258, Christchurch email: cafca@chch.planet.org.nz


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