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Latest "Foreign Control Watchdog" Online

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Foreign Control Watchdog 102 May 2003
Corporate welfare: TNCs are the real bludgers
GATS: Public services and free trade agreements: Making Rogernomics irreversible
GATS book review: "Serving whose interests? A guide to NZ commitments under the WTO General Agreement on Trade in Services"
CAFCA moves to Kiwibank
US mining giant's reign of terror: Booms create bust in Waihi
The war: Stop thief! Sadly it's a common story. A desperate adict turns to a life of crime
The Judges' Statement and Judges' Report for the 2002 Roger Award for the Worst Transnational Corporation operating in Aotearoa/New Zealand can be found at http://www.cafca.org.nz
Book reviews: "World investment report 2002: Transnational corporations and export competitiveness";
"The Tobacco Atlas";
"Dirty dealings: Big tobacco's lobbying, pay-offs, and public relations to undermine national and global health policies";
"Cowboy diplomacy: How the US undermines international envirnmental, human rights, disarmament and health agreements";
"War on the world. Spoils of war: The human cost of America's arms trade". Death in the family: June Tennant
CAFCA/ABC organiser account needs more pledgers and donors
Taking Control list server: New members welcome
Cheques: Please make them out correctly

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