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"Foreign Control Watchdog" 97 On Line

Foreign Control Watchdog 97, August 2001, is now available on line at www.converge.org.nz/watchdog

Contents

Take back the track: and the rest of the Railways

Cash cow or load of bull? Globalco and globalisation

Firestone crushes Christchurch workers: Literally and figuratively

Hong Kong free trade and investment agreement: Deal not done yet

New Zealand under siege

Seize the Suhartos' NZ assets: Lilybank sale fell through

Death of an empire: Fletcher fades with a whimper

How Comalco broke the unions at the Bluff smelter

Rio Tinto to get out of Bougainville - at long last

Trotter trots out rot: The strange resurrection of the SIS break-in case

Not on your nelly they don't

Book review - Global finance: New thinking on regulating speculative capital markets

Obituaries: Elsie Locke, Rob Steven, Fraser Burridge, and the Christine Clarke case

Taking Control list server: ABC is on the web: CAFCA needs more donations:

Get your Roger Award 2001 nominations in

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