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March 1 - USTR’s 2010 Trade Policy Agenda: The Good, The Bad, and the Bizarre

Statement of Lori Wallach, Director, Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch Division

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Feb. 1 - A Year After Implementation of Peru Free Trade Agreement, U.S. and Peru Left with Broken Promises, No New Trade Model

New Report Details Decline in Peru’s Labor and Environmental Conditions

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Jan. 25 - Public Citizen Comments Regarding the Proposed United States-Trans-Pacific Partnership Free Trade Agreement

Statement of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch

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Dec. 2 - President Obama Needs to Replace Doha Round Agenda With WTO Turnaround Plan

Statement of Lori Wallach, Director, Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch Division

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Nov. 13 - Cooling the Planet Without Chilling Trade

Washington Post Op-Ed by Lori Wallach and C. Fred Bergsten

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Sept. 25 - G-20 Call for Financial Reregulation Clashes With Push to Complete WTO Doha Round – Which Mandates New Deregulation

Statement of Lori Wallach, Director, Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch Division

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Sept. 23 - New Report: No Meaningful Safeguards for Prudential Measures in WTO Financial Service Deregulation Agreements

Executive Summary

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Sept. 15 - Americans for Financial Reform Urges World Leaders to Change Course on Global Financial Deregulation

Over 50 Organizations Send Letter to Obama On Financial Re-Regulation

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July 29 - Testimony of Todd Tucker on the U.S. Model Bilateral Investment Treaty Program

Before U.S. State Department Public Meeting

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July 28 - Testimony of Lori Wallach: Hearing on Protecting Public Health in a Global Economy

For the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development and FDA House Appropriations Committee

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