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09/04/2005 | China's G8 Impact
Albert Keidel | Carnegie Endowment
Paper presented at the International Symposium, How is China Shaping Globalization?, Shanghai, China, March 18, 2005 ...
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09/04/2005 | China's G8 Impact
Albert Keidel | Carnegie Endowment
Paper presented at the International Symposium, How is China Shaping Globalization?, Shanghai, China, March 18, 2005 ...
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07/04/2005 | Energy First
Jin Liangxiang | Middle East Forum
China's Middle East policy is undergoing a major shift. Traditionally, Beijing considered the region too distant for significant investment and instead limited its efforts to convincing Arab capitals to sever their ties to Taiwan and establish diplomatic relations with the People's Republic.[1] Beijing's first diplomatic victory in the Arab world was the formal establishment of relations with Egypt in 1956. The Chinese Foreign Ministry completed its mission of establishing ties to each Arab country when China and Saudi Arabia exchanged ambassadors in 1990. With China's economic boom, though, Beijing's Middle East policy has taken on new importance. While Washington's Middle East policy has traditionally been activist, Beijing's policy was more restrained. But Chinese passivity in the region may end in coming years, as the Chinese government's need to achieve energy security forces a more active policy. ...
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07/04/2005 | Bienes y Servicios Públicos
Pedro Schwartz | El Cato
Los socialistas de todos los partidos han causado una inflación de derechos sin deberes y de servicios públicos sin suministro. Son bienes públicos, según el título uno de la Constitución Española, la educación, la protección de la salud, el acceso a la cultura, el disfrute del medio ambiente, el patrimonio artístico y cultural, una vivienda digna y adecuada. ...
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07/04/2005 | Energy First
Jin Liangxiang | Middle East Forum
China's Middle East policy is undergoing a major shift. Traditionally, Beijing considered the region too distant for significant investment and instead limited its efforts to convincing Arab capitals to sever their ties to Taiwan and establish diplomatic relations with the People's Republic.[1] Beijing's first diplomatic victory in the Arab world was the formal establishment of relations with Egypt in 1956. The Chinese Foreign Ministry completed its mission of establishing ties to each Arab country when China and Saudi Arabia exchanged ambassadors in 1990. With China's economic boom, though, Beijing's Middle East policy has taken on new importance. While Washington's Middle East policy has traditionally been activist, Beijing's policy was more restrained. But Chinese passivity in the region may end in coming years, as the Chinese government's need to achieve energy security forces a more active policy. ...
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07/04/2005 | Bienes y Servicios Públicos
Pedro Schwartz | El Cato
Los socialistas de todos los partidos han causado una inflación de derechos sin deberes y de servicios públicos sin suministro. Son bienes públicos, según el título uno de la Constitución Española, la educación, la protección de la salud, el acceso a la cultura, el disfrute del medio ambiente, el patrimonio artístico y cultural, una vivienda digna y adecuada. ...
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05/04/2005 | El CAFTA- Consolidando la Revolución de la Libertad en Centro América - PDF
Daniel T. Griswold | El Cato
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05/04/2005 | Entra en vigencia zona de libre comercio CAN-Mercosur
Carlos Montero | Radio Nederland
Esta semana entra en vigor la quinta mayor zona de libre de comercio del planeta, entre la Comunidad Andina de Naciones y el Mercado Común del Sur. En un proceso a 10 años, se eliminarán las tasas aduaneras, con 5 años más para productos sensibles. ...
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05/04/2005 | Bringing Business Back Ashore
Lucy Komisar | Corp Watch
Buenos Aires issues world's first ban on offshore shell companies ...
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05/04/2005 | El CAFTA- Consolidando la Revolución de la Libertad en Centro América - PDF
Daniel T. Griswold | El Cato
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