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December 1, 1995

Market forces were rampant at last week's Global Partnership '95 gathering in London, "a celebration of the diversity of the peoples of the Earth".

You could pay Pounds 95 to hear a group chaired by Sir Jeremy Morse of Lloyds Bank discuss finance and world development; Pounds 35 to learn about the future of South Africa from speakers including anti-apartheid activist Donald Woods; Pounds 15 to hear PR guru Lynne Franks on the Beijing women's conference; Pounds 10 for sessions on renewable energy or defence. Or you could go for "free entry" to a session entitled: "Is it worth having a higher degree?" from a panel including the deputy editor of The THES.

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