Commentary

Commentary

AN INTERNATIONAL ACCORD next week on mixed export credits is given a 50-50 chance by U.S. officials.
IN ADDITION TO trotting off to numerous briefings and avoiding the icy, gusting winds, journalists a
FREE TRADE BETWEEN CANADA and the United States is an unattainable ideal that should be discarded in
ONE OF THE STAR ATTRACTIONS of the recent Farnborough International Air Show was a piece of Star War
AS ROUND-THE-CLOCK SECURITIES TRADING moves closer to reality, the biggest headache for regulators i
Cyprus, The Island of Love, the island where the goddess of beauty and love, Aphrodite, emerged full
Last summer should have been the best tourist season ever for Britain.

There was a royal wed
Column Was Filled

With False StatementsNeil Peirce's recent column on Amtrak (Sept. 3, JofC)
THE SOVIET UNION IS BUSY on the economic front. The 92 member nations that make up the General Agree
WORKERS FROM TWO RIVAL CHARITY GROUPS in Bangkok, Thailand, fought with fists, knives and clubs over
The United States needs more people like R. Gordon McGovern if it is to lick its mountainous trade d
Steven M. Rosenberry, of Wyomissing, Pa., doesn't want a loan in the form of a cash-and-spend check.
When Masataka Kawakita, 33, informed his family and friends he was shifting companies, no one could
The political climate in Athens, indeed throughout Greece, seems to be as hot as the weather. The So