The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @pwgallagher ever

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“Some 60% of [AU] company tax revenue comes from multinationals”::How much tax do multinationals pay?: catallaxyfiles.com/2014/10/30/how…

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“Australia… is going further than most in attacking the civil liberties of all citizens”[FT]::ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/1…

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Misleading tosh to claim is a “confidential bargain”. Trade agreements are joint experiments with public assets::theaustralian.com.au/national-affai…

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In a ludicrous decision on its future growth, Europe bids to be a hollow groan followed by a small pop::theguardian.com/environment/20…

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“Ebola alarm meets its match in New York” Gosh! After ONE whole case? How unflappable is that!?:”ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/7…

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“This is beyond hypocrisy, it is irresponsible.”::catallaxyfiles.com/2014/10/24/how…

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“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free… it expects what never was and never will be.” (Jefferson) nationalinterest.org/feature/tortur…

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Nice work from @dikenson (& BEA here?bea.gov/international/…) on complementarity of exports & FDI in jobs, R&D, sales::cato.org/blog/does-fore…

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Why does fiction persist that decisions need unanimity? Why not a Min.Council vote in crisis? Does G8 fear to enfranchise the majority?

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@Halsrethink AU, too. We’re currently #5 in this Ugly Parade (Annex D of WTO report shows Govts under-reported use)::docs.wto.org/dol2fe/Pages/F…

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Forbes details the cryptic, bordering-corrupt, anti-consumer practice of Anti-Dumping. As in the USA so in AU, alas::forbes.com/sites/danikens…

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USA errs still as Roosevelt/White did in 1945 to use IFIs as instruments of For Pol. Now CHN, too. More wrecks ahead::ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/4…

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Copyright law adoption c.1801 => more Italian opera. Surprise? More telling: efficient © term looks to be ~20 yrs.::marginalrevolution.com/marginalrevolu…

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H Kissinger speaks twice in today’s Australian; and is twice wrong. On Whitlam: [theaustralian.com.au/news/gough-whi…] On Rudd: [theaustralian.com.au/national-affai…]

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RT @SincDavidson: Padraic P. McGuinness on Whitlam quadrant.org.au/opinion/qed/20… [Surely Quadrant can do better than recycle Paddy’s bitter rants!]

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RT @CISOZ: VALE Gough. The last time I saw him speak @ CIS’s Bert Kelly memorial. Recommended. cis.org.au/publications/o…

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H. Ergas (as ever, brilliant) distinguishes morality, liberty and learning for the shabby dills that now rule U. Syd::theaustralian.com.au/opinion/column…

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@CanberraInsider @SincDavidson Great sacks of fruit! Ah, those were the days…when tailors, too, knew how to cut! Cute shoes, PM!

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Nobel laureate Jean Tirole’s 2005 paper on TRIPS, patented medicine, income redistribution and compulsory licensing::idei.fr/doc/by/tirole/…

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@carreebee Will TFA-1 (or -n) leave us better- or worse-off?Alternatives are to stay ‘stuck’ or fragment WTO with non-MFN plurilaterals.

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carreebee @pwgallagher if India gets a free ride, how do you think the next negotiation is going to go?

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Marrakech Agreement —> simple “majority of votes cast” (Art.9) adopts any MFN agreement. Adopt Bali TF: let India free-ride. Who cares?

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’s ITA, Fin. Services did not require waivers; they are MFN plurilaterals. Is there any reason Bali TF agreement could not be same?

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“Lawyers were working hard on an alternative…” Ominous if they’re looking to weaken limits on waivers ::ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/a…

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