Hong Kong WTO: Make or break for neo-liberalism?
The newly formed Browning Institute of Public Affairs would like to cordially invite you:
'The WTO in Hong Kong: Make or break time for neo-liberalism?'
Discussion Forum on the
14th of December
St John's in the City, corner of Willis St and Dixon St
Gold coin entry
Speakers include: Brian Easton (Economist), Robert Reid (Union Activist), Suse Reynolds (Trade Liberalisation Network), Jordan Carter (Labour Party Member, Blogger), Sam Buchanan (BIPA) and a surprise guest star.
For more information contact 027 600 6840 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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