Market to Market April 14, 2000 (#2531)
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Using the markets to maximize revenue
(Apr 14, 2000) In the early part of the 21st century, it is apparent the global economy is being shaped by the convergence of a host of bio- and information-based technologies.
Market Analysis: Apr 14, 2000
(Apr 14, 2000) FOR MONTHS, EVEN AS FINANCIAL MARKETS SOARED TO UNPRECEDENTED LEVELS, THE INFLATION HAWKS CIRCLED.
$5.5 billion bailout to be paid to farmers
(Apr 14, 2000) FARMERS WOULD RECEIVE $5.5-BILLION UNDER THE DEAL REACHED THIS WEEK BY HOUSE-SENATE BUDGET NEGOTIATORS.
China trade deal faces opposition from organized labor
(Apr 14, 2000) THE PERMANENT STATUS FOR BEIJING WOULD ELIMINATE THE NEED FOR AN ANNUAL CONGRESSIONAL VOTE ON CHINA'S TRADE STATUS.
Renewable fuels face forced oxygenate repeal
(Apr 14, 2000) M-T-B-E, THE CHEAP FUEL ADDITIVE THAT SATISFIES THE E-P-As AIR QUALITY REQUIREMENTS OF ITS OXYGENATED FUELS PROGRAM, WAS RECENTLY FOUND POLLUTING GROUND WATER IN EVERY STATE EXCEPT ALASKA.
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