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"Foreign Control Watchdog" 98 On Line

"Foreign Control Watchdog" 98, December 2001, is now available on line at

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

Contents:

* "In the national interest": What a novel idea - let's have more of it

* Take back the track

* What price free trade with the US?

* Myths of MFAT consultation and expertise disturbed in Hong Kong negotiations

* Threat to the clothing and footwear sector from proposed Hong Kong agreement

* Globalisation into global war? Terrorism and the capitalist state

* Don't talk about exports: examples of international agreements constraining New Zealand's economic development options

* No refunds necessary

* 2001 AGM minutes

* CAFCA/ABC organiser account 2000/01

* Organiser's report

* Lucio Tan: Philippines' most notorious crony capitalist comes to NZ

* Reviews: "No logo", "Moving mountains", and "World investment"

* Videos: "M1", and "New rulers of the world"

* Cheques, websites, donations, Roger Award 2001

* We've got the Lilybank file

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