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Globalisation By Stealth

Published: Mon 14 May 2001 10:16 AM
ARENA
PO Box 2450
Christchurch
Find out about the New Zealand- Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement and the campaign to stop it.
ARENA (Action, Research and Education Network of Aotearoa) has organised Wellington and Christchurch public meetings on the proposed New Zealand - Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement.
Details are:
WELLINGTON
Tuesday 15 May 2001 6.15-7.30pm
Lecture Theatre 3 Victoria University Law School Old Government Buildings Lambton Quay Wellington
with
Dr Bill Rosenberg on his recently published report: Globalisation by Stealth: The proposed New Zealand - Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement and Investment
Ph (04) 237 5062 for more details _____________________________________
CHRISTCHURCH
Wednesday 23 May 2001 7.30pm Knox Hall Cnr Bealey Ave & Victoria St CHRISTCHURCH
With Dr Bill Rosenberg, Author of Globalisation By Stealth, The proposed Hong Kong -New Zealand Free Trade Agreement
and
Maxine Gay Secretary, Clothing and Laundry Workers Union Past President NZ Trade Union Federation
For more details phone (03) 3812951
ALL WELCOME TO ATTEND
(Copies of "Globalisation By Stealth" are available at $10 each from ARENA, PO Box 2450, Christchurch. Please make cheques payable to "ARENA")
Website: www.arena.org.nz

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