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    The Free Trade Agreement between Mexico and the European Union

    Ciudadanas de Mexico frente a la Union Europea
    01 May 1999
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    Enlazando Alternativas 2

    17 November 2005
    Article
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    Europa-América Latina:

    Franck Gaudichaud
    28 April 2006
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    Remaking the Washington Consensus in Vienna

    TNI Discussion paper
    01 May 2006
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    Permanent Peoples' Tribunal on TNCs, 2006

    10 May 2006
    Article
    Peoples' Permanent Tribunal uncovered overwhelming evidence of European TNCs' abuses of human, social, cultural and workers' rights in Latin America, aided and abetted by European governments and institutions.
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    Final Declaration

    10 May 2006
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    Tropics in Austria

    Boris Kagarlitsky
    11 May 2006
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    "Die EU ist viel aggressiver als die USA"

    Manuela Honsig-Erlenburg
    11 May 2006
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    Latin America-EU

    Julio Godoy
    12 May 2006
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    Declaration of the Jury Permanent Peoples' Tribunal

    Susan George
    12 May 2006
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    The structural adjustment policies of the Bretton Woods Institutions [the World Bank and the IMF] have for decades caused untold harm to people and nature. Their implicit or explicit cooperation with the TNCs cannot be denied. For all these reasons, we demand that European governments take responsibility for their corporations and cease their support for their predatory activities in Latin America.

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    Call to Vienna, May 2006

    18 May 2006
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    Bolivia intent on commercial suicide?

    22 June 2007
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    The backlash from business and the opposition against Bolivia's trade policy with the EU was shrill enough to suggest that Bolivia had announced the end of external trade. Yet the Bolivian government's position is based on experience of the heavy costs of free trade for the majority of its citizens.

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