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Fred L. Smith of the Competitive Enterprise Institute warns against the dangers of the European Union stifling scientific innovation and foreign trade in pursuing the "Precautionary Principle" in his article, "The Dangers of Precaution".

 

Stephen Pollard's second Pfizer Forum article, "A Question of Health", explains how the UK's public has changed its views concerning the future role of the National Health Service and the potential popularity of private sector healthcare, according to a recent Social Market Foundation opinion poll.

Stephen Pollard

 

"The Asian Miracle is Alive", according to Y.C. Richard Wong, Ph.D., Director of the University of Hong Kong's Business School and head of the Hong Kong Centre for Economic Research.

Dr. Wong argues that Asia's success was built on tried and true fundamentals such as a hard-working, well educated and trained labor force and a cultural and regulatory environment that encourages entrepreneurship. All of these key factors remain despite the Asian crisis. (more)

Y.C. Richard Wong, Ph.D.

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Timbro

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