Archive - Feb 2004 - Article

Date

February 9th

Government Fails To Gain Free Trade In Agriculture

Original Publication Date: 
8 February, 2004
Government Fails To Gain Free Trade In Agriculture

February 8th

ALP Senators Report Contradictory Say Community Groups

Original Publication Date: 
7 February, 2004
'The report of the ALP members of the Senate Committee on the USFTA is contradictory, admitting it is a bad deal but still endorsing it,' - Dr Patricia Ranald

U.S., Australia Sign Free-trade Pact

Original Publication Date: 
7 February, 2004
The United States and Australia concluded a free-trade agreement Sunday that officials said will eliminate duties from more than 99 percent of American manufacturing exports to Australia.

February 7th

Feds Win Right To War Protesters' Records

Original Publication Date: 
6 February, 2004
'The best approach is not to speculate and see what we learn on Tuesday' when the four testify, said Ben Stone, executive director of the Iowa Civil Liberties Union, which is representing one of the protesters.

February 5th

US And EU Change Tactics: Seek To Woo G20Trade Negotiating Bodies Expected To Resume In February

Original Publication Date: 
4 February, 2004
Agriculture will be the key to unlock trade talks...

February 3rd

S. Korea-Chile FTA Likely To Be Ratified

Original Publication Date: 
2 February, 2004
Staff ReporterNational Assembly Speaker Park Kwan-yong on Tuesday agreed with party leaders to seek quick approval for several long-delayed bills, including those on the South Korea-Chile free trade agreement (FTA) and the dispatch of troops to Iraq.