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LINK: Foreign Control Watchdog #96 Now On-Line

"Foreign Control Watchdog", 96, April 2001, is now on line.

It can be found at

http://www.converge.org.nz/watchdog

The contents are:

Grave Dangers In A Free Trade And Investment Agreement With Hong Kong

Roger Award: It’s Tranz Rail Again

Giving Away Our Money To TNCs: Jim Anderton’s Dubious Policy

Fightback Against Carter Holt Harvey: US TNC Uses Scabs & Cops To Try And Smash Wharfies

Seize The Suhartos’ NZ Assets: Lilybank Flicked On - Again; Indonesian Prosecutors To Come To NZ; Tommy Goes Underground

“Mad Cow” Disaster: A Free Trade Nightmare

No OIC Annual Statistics Since 1998; OIC Stoutly Defends Foreign Investors ”Good Character”

Review: Uncovering The West’s Dirty Work. Covert Action Quarterly

Obituaries: Mollie Ostler, Bruce Faithful, Frank Clarke, Sumner Peace Group, Kate Sheppard Women's Bookshop, NZ Trade Union Federation (TUF)

Cheques; Taking Control List Server; Organiser Account Needs Pledgers; Focus On The Corporation

Former Canadian Spy To Tour NZ - Appeal;

US Owner Of Contact Energy In California Power Shambles

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