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They understood better than anyone else that the price of continued stasis was all too evident in the conflict regions’ unattractiveness to international trade and investment, the risk of future political and military instability, and the individual fear and uncertainty felt by often-innocent peoples enmeshed in the conflicts.
Zaïre is linked with the United States and other DCs when Citibank puts together a sydicated loan in the “Citibank in Zaïre” case; and when American teenagers wear sneakers made by “Nike in China,” flows of international trade strengthen the supply links between the United States and China.
So much did this drama dominate the summer headlines that the president got virtually no public credit for the overwhelming congressional approval of the most comprehensive international trade deal in history, the Tokyo Round accords, whose negotiations had been rescued from stasis by Carters dynamic trade representative, Robert Strauss.
This was a much grander event, an international trade fair lasting six months and consisting of two hundred pavilions, spread over seventy acres from the Invalides to the Grand Palais.
Take for instance RMIT's full-time one year course on international trade and business in Wuhan, in which 80 managers from China and Australia are studying together.
The small group remaining loyal to Brava continued sporadic organizing activities, now with the help of ORIT (the regional arm of the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions) and the International Mine Workers Federation (an international trade secretariat).