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If opinion polls were votes and a federal election were held today, you would have to color Canada p
The eminent philosopher Casey Stengel taught us that: "They say you can't do it; but sometimes it do
Preventing the circumvention of penalties imposed for unfair trading practices has posed a difficult
THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION'S decision Wednesday not to reopen hearings on the proposed merge
BOND MARKETS MAY BE unpredictable, but they can always be counted on for a fast reaction. No sooner
A few of Japan's most prominent financial leaders are now privately expressing worries about the sha
BY EASING RESTRICTIONS on the employment of Mexican farm workers in the United States, the U.S. Imm
AS THE SAYING GOES, He who pays the piper calls the tune. For years, U.S. defense contractors have b
There are three major barriers to a sustained improvement in security prices in the United States: (
Many Russians doubt that Mikhail Gorbachev's program of perestroika, or economic restructuring, will
THE RECENT DEATHS of two of the United States' most prominent economists, Walter W. Heller and Arth
In hearings earlier this year, some members of the Senate Finance Committee expressed the feeling th
Jacques Santer, the prime minister of Luxembourg, can be excused for feeling smug this week as the l
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