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No WTO Deal on Post-Quota Period
Discusses the differing views on the recent discussions to remove textile trade barriers. (11/26/04, EmergingTextiles.com) Read More...

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Pakistan: EPB Ready to Compensate Exporters Even as Smuggling Stifles the Sector
Article discusses the effects of recent WTO and US policies on Pakistan. Also discusses the rampant textile smuggling faced by Pakistan, and proposed methods to combat this. (Fibre to Fashion, 11/26/0... Read More...

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IMF Predicts Economic Recovery Next Year
Discusses the reasoning behing the IMF prediction that the Korean economy will soon improve. (The Korea Times, 11/27/04) Read More...

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Pakistan Seeks World Bank Help to Solve Water Dispute with India
Discusses Pakistan's efforts to have the World Bank's support over their conflict with India over pipelines. (China View, 11/27/04) Read More...

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World Bank Report: Palestine in Deep Economic Crisis
Interview with John Wetter of the World Bank that discusses the future of the Palestinian economy. By Beatriz Díez (Radio Netherlands, 11/27/04) Read More...

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Russia Signs 3 WTO Protocols, Eyes 2005 Accession
Discusses China's attempts at becoming a member of the WTO. China has recently entered bilateral trade agreements with Chile, South Korea, and Taiwan, which are needed to strengthen their bid. By Paul... Read More...

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Robbing Kenyans to Fulfil IMF Interests
Joe Donde discusses how he feels the IMF's reccomendations for Kenya will hurt more than help. (The Standard, 11/19/04) Read More...

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Greenspan Joins IMF in Urging US to Live Within Its Means
Discusses how Greenspan feels that the United States needs to work with the IMF and follow their reccomendations in order to meet its deficits. (The Economic Times, 11/20/04) Read More...

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IMF chief Counsels Putin on How to Double Russia's Growth
Discusses the IMF belief that Russia needs to have less state intervention and watch for inflation in order to have a more prosperous economy. (ChannelnewsAsia.com, 11/19/04) Read More...

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APEC Plays Bigger Role in World Economy
Article discusses the success of APEC, and their future plans as they finished a round of meetings. (China View.com, 11/21/04) Read More...

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Textile Jobs: Goodbye US, Hello China
Discusses the history of China's textiles production, and the impact it has on US manufacturers. By Stella M. Hopkins (Charlotte Observor, 11/21/04) Read More...

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Easy Fixes for Social Security
The projected Social Security deficit is small enough to be fixed without a major revision, says the author. By Edith U. Fierst. (Washington Post, 11/18/2004) Read More...

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Energy As A Security Challenge For The EU
Author warns of energy security crisis and suggests that attention should be paid to events and signals in the energy world that could be early warnings of impending danger. By John Gault. (Middle Eas... Read More...

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Will China's Growth Sustain 30 More Years?
Author believes China's future growth will hinge on two factors: China's ability to sustain its high private deposits amid labor force changes and its ability to transition productivity to be the main... Read More...

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Latin America's Chinese puzzle
The potential for profit in forging commercial ties with China has left some in the Caribbean and Central and South America positively giddy. But nothing is guaranteed. (The Miami Herald, 11/13/2004) Read More...

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Chinese officials focus on trade
The president of China and other high-ranking Chinese officials began a tour of Latin America in Brazil intending to enhance trade for the booming nation of 1.3 billion people. (The Miami Herald, 11/1... Read More...

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WTO Rules US Must Allow Online Gambling
Jennifer LeClaire discusses the history and results of Antigua's charge that the US is breaking WTO rules by not allowing online gambling. (E-Commerce Times, 11/11/04). Read More...

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EU Files WTO Complaint Against U.S., Canada
Discusses the EU's charge that the United States and Canada have not removed their ban on imports of hormone-treated beef. The prevention of EU beef in US and Canadian markets is a potentail violation... Read More...

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Buying Time in Tehran
Discusses Iranian economy. By Afshin Molavi. (Iranian Voice, 11/1/2004) Read More...

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Laos: WTO Membership Will ‘Accelerate Economic Reform’
Discusses the reforms the People's Democratic Republic of Laos plans to implement in order to become a member of the WTO. (WTO, 10/28/04) Read More...

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IMF Urges 'Deep' Reforms to Combat Slide in French Economy
Discusses the IMF plan for France in order to improve their economy. (Expatica.com, 11/3/04) Read More...

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World Bank: Disengagement Alone Won't Help PA Economy
Discusses what Israel needs to do in order to ensure their own safety as well as help the Palestinian economy. By Ora Coren (Haaertz.com, 11/3/04) Read More...

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Pakistan Taking Measures to Meet WTO Challenges
In response to WTO charges, Pakistan plans on revamping some of its policies including their justice system. (PakistanLink.com, 11/2/04) Read More...

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Contradiction in WTO Rules Could Develop into Trade Fight
Jane Bussey discusses her reasons of why the WTO will soon come under attack over trade rules. (Herald.com, 11/01/04) Read More...

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IMF Cautiously Upbeat on Germany
The IMF feels that Germany's economy is on the way to recovery. Gregory Robb discusses potential reasons why. (CBS Market Watch, 11/2/04) Read More...

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IMF Financial Activities Update
The IMF press release detailing its recent financial activities. (International Monetary Fund, 10/28/04) Read More...

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Commentary: The IMF Weighs in on Asia's Debt Burden
Discusses the merits of David Burton's IMF plan for India. By William Persek Jr. (The Herald Tribune Online, 11/2/04) Read More...

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NGOs Boycott World Bank Consultation
Discusses how NGOs such as Friends of the Earth plan to boycott planned World Bank consultation meetings. (Friends of the Earth, 10/29/04) Read More...

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Finding a Better Growth Model
According to the author, China's economic structure is unbalanced, as indicated by a large investment to consumption ratio. Although the investment-led development model kick-started China's economic ... Read More...

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Exchange Rate Regime, Speculation And Price Stability In Iraq
Nominally, the Central Bank of Iraq (CBI) is following a flexible-exchange-rate regime. The main reason usually advanced for flexibility is the possible, and usually probable, fluctuation in the oil r... Read More...

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