Foreign Control Watchdog 119

Foreign Control Watchdog 119
February 2009


greenball Who Wins If We Get A Free Trade Deal With The US?  by Bill Rosenberg
greenball Heeeere’s Johnny! by Murray Horton
greenball The Greedy Creation Of Hunger: New Zealand And Free Trade, by Dennis Small
greenball 2008 CAFCA Annual General Meeting Minutes
greenball CAFCA/ABC Organiser Account, by Bob Leonard
greenball Organiser’s Report, by Murray Horton
greenball Reviews, by Jeremy Agar
“Serving Whose Interests? The Political Economy Of Trade In Services Agreements”, by Jane Kelsey
“Rescuing The New Zealand Economy”, by Bryan Gould
World Investment Report: Transnational Corporations And The Infrastructure Challenge”, United Nations Conference On Trade And Development
greenball Obituaries by Murray Horton
Betty Roberts
Death In The Family: Brownie Dann
greenball 2008 Roger Award Finalists Named, by Murray Horton

This Watchdog Has Been Delayed:
This issue of Watchdog has been delayed since December 2008. Why? For no other reason than that the Editor, Murray Horton, went away for a six week family holiday to the Philippines from November until January (his longest break since starting the job in 1991) and nobody else was available to produce it in his absence. Nearly all of it was ready before he went away, so only the finishing touches had to be done when he got back to work in January. So this is your third issue for 2008 and we have every intention of producing three in 2009. Happy New Year!

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