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A Tangential Threat To OECD Resilience: The Twenty-First Century East India Company

This chapter sets out some very general and wide-ranging views, slightly tongue in cheek, about a possible future trading bloc and consequences, based on Critical Information Infrastructure and posing a potential threat to European and OECD resilience in economic terms. This shows that the existing Infrastructure is not just of use to potential asymmetric fighters. The more detailed, and serious, work behind these views has been looked at in the Universities of Northumbria and Nice, at the European Telecommunications Resilience and Recovery Association and the Institut Pericles. The issue dealt with here is about a different type of approach to resilience.

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Foreign Direct Investment Initial Public Offering Online Gambling East India Company Lisbon Agenda 
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