Experts speak on G-7 summit

September 1999
Earth Island Journal;Fall99, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p6
Reports that the Institute for Public Accuracy has spoken with anti-globalization activists in summer 1999 Group of Seven Countries (G7) Summit in Koln, Germany. Message by Njoki Njoroge Njehu, director of the 50 Years Is Enough Network, to G7; Opinion by the international Jubilee 2000 movement on global debts; Criticisms from Maria Luisa Mendonca, director of Brazil Program for Global Exchange, on the International Monetary Fund.


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