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THERE IS CAUSE FOR JOY in the optimism of both union and management that a new labor contract govern
The Mexican economy may be on the verge of long-term recovery.

Capital flight out of Mexico
No one knows better than a politician what promises will please his audience, what will bring them a
CLAYTON YEUTTER, the U.S. trade representative, has a new and interesting idea.

Why not make
THE EFFORT WAS NOBLE, the results predictable. The Sullivan Principles, the cornerstone of a 10 year
The annual economic summit now under way in Venice provides a chance for the United States to take t
Shortly after Ayn Rand met Alan Greenspan, she reportedly had this to say of him: " . . . he impress
THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA is hot on the trail of foreign investors.

China's eagerness f
Our friends at The Wall Street Journal have confirmed what the Coca-Cola Co. already knew: people r
Commencement speeches rarely make waves, and almost never make history, but the speech by Secretary
Movies. Movies. Movies. Woody Allen grew up entranced by old-time movies. So did we.

There w
IT'S MORE THAN A LITTLE IRONIC that the high-cost U.S. ship registry has become the latest flag of c
Scoop Gnocchi, the one-time Venetian canal kid who made it big as a gondolier-tenor, has just offere