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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
McKenzie Room
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 browning.institute@gmail.com

The Browning Institute for Public Affairs is a Wellington-based non-profit institute existing to encourage debate and undertake advocacy on New Zealand and international social, political and economic issues.

The institute stands for the resolution of social conflict, the encouragement of understanding between groups with different viewpoints and for progress towards a free and prosperous society which maximises the opportunity for individuals to shape, participate in and take ownership of their own community.

We stand against all forms of tyranny and openly and vigorously debate, defend and promote ideas that encourage human freedom.


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