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IA-Forum Q&A on Germany: Mr. Marian Tupy
IA-Forum Q&A on Germany: Mr. Marian Tupy
IA-Forum's first installment of its Q&A series on Germany with Mr. Marian Tupy of the Cato Institute. (IA-Forum.org, 1/30/2005) Read More...

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RMB No Scapegoat for US Woes
The writers argue that the reason some US financial heavyweights are so keen on the question of RMB revaluation is because they want to dodge the issue of the weakening US dollar. By Tao Zhipeng, Xu R... Read More...

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So much for 'historic' moments
Despite the supposedly historic impact of the Lunar New Year cross-strait charter flights between China and Taiwan, the writer predicts the latter suffering as a result of the former country's overpow... Read More...

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EU-China arms ban remains, for now
The writer examines the various stances those inside (and outside) the EU have taken on the arms ban against China, and analyzes the possible outcomes as such. (Axel Berkofsky, Asia Times Online, 2/3/... Read More...

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China sends invite to Caribbean forum to Taiwan's allies
Taiwan feeling pressure from China's booming economy. (Melody Chen, Taipei Times, 2/2/05) Read More...

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The Market Shall Set You Free
The author writes that the best way to spread freedom around the world is to draw tyrants into global commerce. By Robert Wright. (New York Times, 1/28/2005) Read More...

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The Honeymoon Is Over
It’s not even a week since his bold and sweeping Inaugural Address. And it’s only a week before another grand set-piece event: the State of the Union Message. Yet between these two great moments on th... Read More...

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Q&A: World Social Forum 2005
While the world's great and the good brave freezing temperatures and luxury hotels at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland, a rival parallel summit is about to start in the significantly warmer cli... Read More...

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A Higher Realism
President Bush's inaugural speech signaled his entry into a third, more sweeping phase of foreign policy, the columnist maintains. During his first term, Bush moved from a pragmatism that sought to cu... Read More...

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US Export to Iran; Regulations and Fact sheets (till 2003)

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Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)
Organization within United Nation Framework and its mission is to the economic development of Latin America and the Caribbean. Read More...

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Latin American Economic System (SELA)
The Latin American Economic System (SELA) is a regional intergovernmental organization that groups 27 Latin American and Caribbean countries. Read More...

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United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. (UNCTAD)
Integrated treatment of trade and development and related issues in the areas of investment, finance, technology, enterprise development and sustainable development. Read More...

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President of Fabricated Crises
President Bush manufactures crises to justify pursuing the goals he set before he took office, the columnist contends. By Harold Meyerson. (Washington Post, 1/12/2005) Read More...

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Socio-Economic Analysis of Bulgaria (2004- 2006)
Brief analysis and forecast of socio-economic for Bulgaria in the next two years. By Desislava S. Chausheva. (IA-Forum, 1/4/2005) Read More...

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Taiwan's Economy Beset by Hidden Worries
Despite the fact that Taiwan's economic growth rate will approach 6%--the highest ever in recent years--the author does not think the picture is as rosy as some may like to believe. (People's Daily, 1... Read More...

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The Outlook For The World Oil Market
Paper was delivered by BP Group Chief Executive Lord Browne at the Empire Club of Canadian Toronto. By John Browne. (Middle East Economic Survey, 12/10/2004) Read More...

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Final Twist in a Long Tale?
The jewel in the Yukos empire has been sold to a mysterious company that seems to exist only on paper. Unexpected end of the auction, or is it the end? By Sergei Borisov (Transitions on Line, Dec 2... Read More...

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Meeting Highlights
The writer applauds China's policymakers for their sensible and timely decision to adopt "prudent fiscal policies". By Yan Xizao. (China Daily, 12/6/2004) Read More...

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Saudi Arabia: Economic, Oil And Mineral Restructuring And Reforms
Now is an especially opportune time to focus our attention on such issues as the economy of the Middle East, the roads to growth, and the role that hydrocarbons and the national oil companies play in ... Read More...

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Russia and India Strategic Partners
Article discusses the recent declaration of Russia and India that pledge to have bilateral agreements on "all sides." (Novosti, 12/3/04) Read More...

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China's Trade Environment as Poor
Article discusses the effects of anti-dumping laws in China, and the serious repercussions it is creating on their economy. (People's Daily Online, 12/3/04) Read More...

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PM's Parting Shot with WTO
Australia plans to create bilateral agreements as they view the WTO as too slow to get things done. Article also discusses the PM's reasons for not signing a non-aggression pact with ASEAN. By Steve L... Read More...

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The Paradigm Change in World Trade
Supachai Panitchpakdi discusses how he believes India will soon become the center of a rapidly involving global trading system. (The Financial Express, 12/2/04) Read More...

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How to Survive in the Age of Globalization and WTO
Tony Lopez discusses how to survive during the age of global trade, and how to use it to your advantage and succeed. (The Manila Times. 12/3/04) Read More...

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Argentina Can Wait, Says IMF
Article discusses that unless Argentina restructures their state debt, the IMF will not reopen discussions with them. (KeralaNext.com, 12/3/04) Read More...

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Fresh Loan Ends IMF Program In Armenia
Article discusses the IMF plan for a three year lending program in Armenia. Also discusses Armenia's economic growth and recovery. By Atom Markarian (BakuToday.net, 12/3/04) Read More...

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World Bank urges Israel to end Palestinian closures
Article discusses the World Bank's plea to Israel to reduce restrictions on trade between Israel and Palestine. Also discusses what the World Bank thinks Palestine should do to help their economy. (Th... Read More...

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Netherlands Institute of International Relations
Miision is to promote the understanding of international affairs. Special attention is devoted to European integration, transatlantic relations, international security, conflict studies, policy making... Read More...

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The Iraqi Oil Industry: A Look Ahead
Lecture delivered by MEES Editor-In-Chief Dr Khadduri at St Antony’s College, Oxford University. By Walid Khadduri. (Middle East Economic Survey, 11/29/2004) Read More...

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