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Trade Agreements

As you may know if you've read my previous blog, I've been moving out of my home of sixteen years into a new town, new house. My son (28 and 6'5") and I did the move alone for the most part over a weekend, the next weekend's Saturday and the followin...
by Murdockinations on Aug 29, 2016

TTIP: the threat to local authorities and public services

As the perils of TTIP are still not widely known and only a few organisations. including the Barnet Alliance and the Green Party seem to be ringing the alarm bells, I am reposting this long piece first published on the Barnet Alliance website LINK.Th...
by wembleymatters on Mar 30, 2015

3 Questions for Hillary

As far as Wally is concerned, one thing is certain; Hillary Clinton will never sit for an interview for his blog.  And it’s not his fair, bold and keen questioning that she fears so much as the fact, that even on a good day, Weird Wally’s Wo...
by Weird Wally's Worldview on Jun 18, 2014

Can we make trade work?

In just over 6 weeks all of us who are entitled to do so will have voted in the European Elections or chosen to abstain. There is a great deal at stake and one of the issues that I wrote … Continue reading →...
by IanChisnall on Apr 7, 2014

Can we make trade work?

In just over 6 weeks all of us who are entitled to do so will have voted in the European Elections or chosen to abstain. There is a great deal at stake and one of the issues that I wrote … Continue reading →...
by IanChisnall on Apr 7, 2014

Series On Free Trade and Inequality

A great opinion piece in the NYT as part of a series by Joseph Stiglitz called “The Great Divide,” entitled “On The Wrong Side of Globalization.” This editorial is great outlining how America is losing the benefits of global f...
by Sparking the Left on Mar 17, 2014

PM Must Go To The SCO

Pakistan is going through an interesting phase right now. As with any new government, the current one is enjoying a honeymoon period wherein the people are in a forgiving mood and the international community is willing to start afresh. Already Pakist...
by Seedhi Baat on Sep 1, 2013

The Latin American Gorilla

By Arturo Lopez-Levy It has become commonplace to say that Latin America was absent from the 2012 election campaign in the United States. It is understandable, because the region was mentioned only once in the candidates’ foreign policy debate (by...
by Cubamas on Nov 21, 2012

Enrique Peña Nieto’s Stance on NAFTA

While for the most part we stay away from hot button issues such as politics on Mexipreneur, many people have been asking me how Mexico’s newly elected President will affect business and trade between the NAFTA nations.  While it still …...
by Mexipreneur on Jul 11, 2012

Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru launch Economic Integration Pact

Mexico has joined yet another group to promote free trade and this time it is with Chile, Colombia, and Peru.  The pact aims to drop visa requirements between the countries so that citizens of the countries can travel freely.  Another … Conti...
by Mexipreneur on Jun 14, 2012


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