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  1. Susan George au Devoir - Récompenser les coupables, punir les victimes

    Susan George
    31 August 2011
    Article

    On est dans un système d'injustice parfaite: on récompense ceux qui ont créé la crise et on punit ses innocentes victimes.

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    The WTO Doha round and EPAs in an era of crisis

    23 September 2010
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    The language contained in agreements being negotiated by the EU through the WTO with their southern counterparts often deliberately diguises real political goals, obscuring the negative economic implications for those countries of the neoliberal agenda.

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    The WTO Doha round and EPAs in an era of crisis

    Dot Keet
    05 November 2009
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    The major causes of the economic and social crises are now being even more blatantly promoted by the EU - both within the multilateral WTO negotiations and bilateral and bi-regional FTA/EPA negotiations - as the fundamental solutions.

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    Confronting global trade as a root cause of the financial crisis!

    Our World Is Not For Sale
    23 June 2009
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    Some Key Points for Member Groups of the Our World Is Not For Sale Network [OWINFS] at the United Nations Conference on the World Financial and Economic Crisis and its Impact on Development, June 22-24, 2009.

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    End WTO deregulation of finance

    Myriam vander Stichele
    01 February 2009
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    Since the current financial crisis started, none of the governments, experts or media who have called for new regulations for the financial industry have taken into account rules of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) which actually impose extreme financial service deregulation on many WTO member countries.
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    The facilitating framework for free investment and capital

    Myriam vander Stichele
    24 October 2008
    Article
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    Development Redefined

    John Cavanagh, Robin Broad
    25 September 2008
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    Today, just as faith in deregulated markets has evaporated in the nightmare on Wall Street, so too is the long reign of market fundamentalism (or neoliberalism) ending in the development arena. And, a debate over the best route to development has returned.
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    ¿Están ignorando las crisis?

    Myriam vander Stichele
    15 July 2008
    Article
    Mientras el mundo está todavía evaluando uno de los choques más violentos jamás sufridos por los mercados financieros internacionales, los países en desarrollo tienen que ser precavidos frente a los peligros asociados a la ulterior liberalización de sus sectores financieros.
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    Ignoring the crises? How further GATS liberalisation impacts the financial and food crises

    Myriam vander Stichele
    18 June 2008
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    As the world is still assessing one of the most violent shocks in international financial markets ever, and measures to avoid future financial crises are still not in place, developing countries should be cautious of dangers associated with further liberalisation of their financial sectors.
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    The post-Washington dissensus

    Walden Bello
    17 September 2007
    Article
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