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 Radio Cognito 
 Impacts of IMF and World Bank Reforms (Not A Dull Lecture!)
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 Radio Cognito  
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Economist Michel Chossudovsky of the University of Ottawa spoke at a forum at the St. Lawrence Centre in Toronto Canada Sept 28 1998. For more info visit the COMER website: http://www.comer.org/
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An excellent overview of what is happening right now with the crisis of global capital.
how often do you hear an economist refer to a leader of a foreign government as a member of a drug cartel?

Part of the LIMITS TO GREED Three-Part Lecture Series.
Three distinguished thinkers look beyond the collateral damage to the roots of the problem threatening our civilization and life itself.
University of Ottawa, Economist Michel Chossudovsky author of The Globalization of Poverty sponsored by the Committee On Monetary and Economic Reform - COMER, and Canada's National Interest Council - CNIC.

Introductions by : Economic Historian William Krehm and
Toronto Star columnist Thomas Walkom


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01:39:33 English 1998-09-28
 Toronto, Canada
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Intro - Host, Moderator and Economic Historian  00:08:43  48Kbps mp3
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Michel Chossudovsky talk  00:46:22  48Kbps mp3
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Question and Answer  00:44:28  48Kbps mp3
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