"Foreign Control Watchdog" 94, August 2000

Published: Wed 23 Aug 2000 10:29 AM
"Foreign Control Watchdog" 94, August 2000 is now available on line. The address is
These are the contents:
*A Slight Improvement, Must Do Much Better. Our Report Card On The Government
*Ownership of Fisheries: Opportunities Missed *An ANZAC Dollar: All We Get In Exchange For Our Sovereignty?
*Seize The Suhartos' NZ Assets: Update On CAFCA's Campaign
*Submission To Ministerial Inquiry Into Telecommunications: Nationalise Telecom, No Compensation
*Free Trade Or Fair Trade?
*David Defeats Goliath: David Small Wins $20,000 From Police From 1996 SIS Break-In
*Call For Inquiry Into Police Political Spying
*Video Reviews: "The WTO And The Global War System", "Global Village Or Global Pillage?"
*Book Reviews: "Free Trade In The New Millennium: Papers From NZ Institute Of International Affairs Seminar"
*"A Play Of Hamlet Without The Prince Of Denmark. UNCTAD's "World Investment Report 1999" *"Europe Inc. Regional & Global Restructuring And The Rise Of Corporate Power"
*"Reclaiming The Future: New Zealand And The Global Economy"
*Farmer Acquitted On Pylon Sabotage Charges
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