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...European Union reached a market-opening trade deal, clearing Beijing's largest remaining hurdle to joining the World Trade Organization. Masked gunmen launched a coup in Fiji that toppled Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry, the country's first...

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Russia's twisted 'rule of law'

...governments the Khodorkovsky case is none of their affair. Untrue. Russia aspires to be part of Europe, to join the World Trade Organization, yet its government's behavior will determine whether this is possible. As Khodorkovsky awaits sentencing...

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Don't refight Cold War

...Fried Chicken. China's Communist Party now is allowing capitalists into its ranks. With membership in the World Trade Organization, the Chinese economy will become even more open. It makes no sense to refight the Cold War when the United...

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This Day in History

...targets of terrorism and urged them to join with the United States in a campaign to prevent more attacks. The World Trade Organization formally approved China's membership. Algeria found itself caught in a fierce 36-hour storm that killed...

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My Turn: Why I support Kucinich for president

...S. and what's good for the rest of the world at the same time. He will repeal NAFTA and withdraw from the World Trade Organization to end the excessive power of multinational corporations with their focus on profit over workers' rights and...

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This Day in History

...Angeles of three counts of pandering. In 1999, relative calm took over in Seattle, where a meeting of the World Trade Organization was greeted earlier with sometimes violent demonstrations. All six Republican presidential hopefuls, including...

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This Day in History

...attack to clamp down on dissent). In 2005, protesters in Hong Kong tried to storm a convention center where World Trade Organization delegates were negotiating a global accord on farming, manufacturing and services. John Ruiz lost the WBA heavyweight...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...international recognition, spending a great deal of effort in bids to host the 2008 Summer Olympics and join the World Trade Organization. It is greatly in Beijing's interest to defuse the tension with Washington. Share this page: Print Email...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Congress to extend permanent trade status to China and ease the Asian nation's long-sought entry into the World Trade Organization. ``The agreement to bring China into the WTO is the product of more than 13 years of tough negotiations conducted...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...China's long-sought entry in the 135-member World Trade Organization. The pact ``is further reason why we need...negotiated last year.'' Under the rules of the World Trade Organization, trade concessions China gives to any one country...

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