New Internationalist Magazine, Issue 296, November 1998
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The integration of the world's economy may look as if it's gathering
pace. But the trends conceal more than they reveal about the way the
world's economy works - and about whose interests would be served if 'globalization'
ever achieved all its ambitions. Get a summary of the
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