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    Labor's Stake in the WTO

    Howard Wachtel
    01 March 1998
    Article
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    Whither the Washington Consensus

    Howard Wachtel
    01 March 2000
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    Don't Strengthen the WTO by Admitting China

    John Cavanagh, Sarah Anderson, Bama Athreya
    01 May 2000
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    We Need to be Guerrillas

    Hilary Wainwright
    05 December 2000
    Article
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    Liberalisation Of Trade in Services

    • Erik Wesselius
    18 October 2001
    Paper

    The United Kingdom is home to a particularly influential services industry lobby, which operates through an organisation called International Financial Services, London (IFSL). Two IFSL working groups, the Liberalisation of Trade in Services (LOTIS) Committee and the High-Level LOTIS Group, constitute a veritable corporate-state alliance.

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    Faire dérailler l'OMC

    Susan George
    10 October 2003
    Article
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    De WTO doen ontsporen

    Susan George
    10 October 2003
    Article
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    Field Guide to the Global Economy

    • John Cavanagh, Sarah Anderson, Thea Lee
    01 May 2005
    Book

    This fully updated and expanded second edition of The Field Guide to the Global Economy presents the latest facts to help make sense of the rapidly changing international economy.

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    Why South Africa needs to oppose GATS

    Dot Keet
    08 December 2005
    Article
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    Lettre de retour de Bamako aux camarades d'ATTAC

    Susan George
    23 January 2006
    Article
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    South-South Strategic Alternatives to the Global Economic System and Power Regime

    28 October 2006
    Report

    An exciting development in recent years is the number of new South-South inter-governmental alliances that are emerging to defend their interests and challenge the bias of the current global trade and investment regime.

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