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European Monetary Union and Fiscal Policy

of TMKTS to launch constructive programmes. In 1991, the union set up the Construction Workers Building Centre in Madras which promotes cost effective and appropriate technologies in the industry and tries to train a workforce which is skilled in implementing these technologies. Women chittal workers have been trained in masonry. Masons on the other hand have been taught the principles of basic engineering to generate a scientific temper and environmental awareness among workers,.

European Monetary Union -The Issues

safeguards to protect the potential plaintiffs in a class action which are not available in parens patriae litigation (405 US 251(1972)). For example, Rule 23 requires individual notice to all members of the class who can be identified through reasonable effort and a member may request to be excluded from the class. Rule 23 further protects class members by allowing the court to require that class members be provided with the following: notice of any step in the action; notice of the proposed extent of the judgment; notice of the opportunity of class members to signify whether they consider the representation fair and adequate; notice of the right to intervene and present claims or defences or otherwise come into the action. Under Rule 23, the court may also impose conditions on the parties representing the class members and may require that the pleadings be amended to eliminate allegations as to representation of absent persons.

Prospects for Economic Reform in USSR

in USSR Nigel M Healey The primary cause of the growing industrial anarchy in the USSR is simply that the planning system has ceased to function, with the inevitable result that the supply side of the economy has degenerated into chaos, with enterprises unable to rely on planned supplies and shops unable to secure goods to sell.

Thatcher Miracle in Perspective

had no evidence at all about the secret accounts and that the personal lifestyle of the deposed leaders was quite modest indeed and had been no higher than that of an average skilled worker in West Germany. Moreover, most of'the present ministers have moved over to the same ministerial residences which they once condemned as highly ostentatious. As the early romanticism of the East- West honeymoon in Germany wears out, the bulk of the population in the eastern part will gradually wake up to the reality of a polarised class society which will cer tainly not conform with the dream-world they had been led to visualise. Even a CIA analyst has predicted that unemployment. in East Germany (and Yugoslavia) will climb to 15 to 20 per cent. Such an eventuality will certainly offer wide opportunities for the new left to grow
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