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by Peter Costantini
Seattle - July 5, 2001
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David Bacon. “Will a Social Clause in Trade Agreements Advance International Solidarity?” In Danaher & Burbach, pp. 124-128.
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Published by the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development with technical support from the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy. Provides "a weekly review of trade-related articles and information relevant to the sustainable development and trade communities," focusing mainly on the WTO.
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Ruth Caplan. “GATS Handbook” (WTO’s General Agreement on Trade in Services). Waltham, MA: Alliance for Democracy, 2000.
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Jane D’Arista. “Reforming the Privatized International Monetary and Financial Architecture.” Philomont, VA: Financial Markets Center, November 1999.
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Nancy Dunne. “Joseph Stiglitz: He May Have Criticised the Institutional Consensus on Too Many Points.” London: Financial Times, November 25, 1999.
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Wayne Ellwood. “Deal with debt: Solving insolvency.” London: new internationalist, January-February 2000.
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Peter Costantini covered the WTO Seattle Ministerial for Inter Press Service, a newswire based in Rome.