Abstracts: Jewellery sale. Local liquidity. One step too far
Abstracts: Rumble in the jungle: politics of proposed Malaysian dam. Minister in a muddle? Malaysian oracle
Abstracts: Papa don't preach: Li family rift reflects colony's polarization. Green at the edges
Abstracts: Profit and the prophet: Indonesian bank offers no-interest service. Forest framework
Abstracts: Personal chemistry. Another first. Nation builders: assembly lays foundation for rule of law
Abstracts: Reasons of state. The Thai factor. Aiming for the top
Abstracts: China's millstone. Problem school. Retreat to China
Abstracts: Perks of office. Amnesty upheld. Bitter's end: Carlsberg hopes to sell Thailand on milder beer
Abstracts: Nice little earner; car dealers may be exploiting tax loophole. part 2 Minority sport: Lau takeover bid rests with Bermuda court
Abstracts: Desperately seeking students: thanks to the labor shortage, graduates are in great demand. Salaryman's secrets; a Fuji Bank employee tells all
Abstracts: Renminbi's rough ride. Cuisine and cure. Catch as catch can; US car giant redoubles push into Asia
Abstracts: Systematic solution: Itoman's problems will be spirited away. Falling star; problems come home to roost at First Pacific
Abstracts: Turning up the heat; Hong Kong utility to pipe gas from China. The tree factory: Thai group plans China plantation
Abstracts: Call to account; hefty losses will change Singapore Inc. Tangled ties: island issue looms large in Malaysia-Singapore row
Abstracts: Cash and carry: Japanese trucking firm at heart of financial scandal. Questionable company
Abstracts: White elephant stirs; Manila's deal with Westinghouse may not stick. Storm brewing; Philippine beer barons fight proxy battle in Congress
Abstracts: Pains of indigestion; Indonesian food firm faces debt problems. part 2 Profiting from debt
Abstracts: Money grows on trees: in cashews, Vietnam finds a lucrative business. Tug on the reins
Abstracts: Coconut control; Manila court rules on bank shares. Soap and bubbles: Manila's bourses may merge by early 1993
Abstracts: Elastic logic. Under the volcano: Hawaii hopes to tap Asia's booming economies. Dirty work: fertilizer, frustration and industrial espionage
Abstracts: Miti city down under: a Japanese bureaucrat imagined a hi-tech city for Australia. War on malaria
Abstracts: CIPFA, realpolitik and the audit of grant maintained schools. Risk and management change
Abstracts: York's strengths underscored in second public coming. Adelphia cash flow margin paces cable TV industry. Hook-SupeRx fundamentals overshadow shaky start
Abstracts: Hedging your bets. Generous to a fault. Shades of green
Abstracts: The marketing is mutual. Selling to the Fortune 500. Marketing to minorities
Abstracts: New standard steps up foot protection. Industries await chemical-hazards ruling. EC '92: here comes a new set of rules
Abstracts: Train temporary workers for continual safety. How presidential candidates view safety. Cable TV connects with safety
Abstracts: Terminal solutions for video madness. Get a head start with safe designs. Chisel out a hand-tool ergonomics plan
Abstracts: Customize safety programs with do-it-yourself training. Proper storage stops fires. Respirator fit tests are tailor made for safety
Abstracts: Stop, look and listen to the worker. Everbody wins when employees exercise restraints. Rear safety belts deserve front-seat attention
Abstracts: Sawyer predicts revolutionary, not evolutionary changes in marketing. Revolutionary marketing; industrial firms reform selling practices to focus on customers
Abstracts: Analyst Ken Noble: business press woes may have bottomed out. Target: small business
Abstracts: Want to be No. 1 in your industry and trade show? Team up with a celebrity. What marketers want from Clinton: wish lists refined as economic spirits rise
Abstracts: Days of malaise: American marketers no longer strive to be the best. It's time to stop selling and start making sales
Abstracts: Airgas Inc. Compaq Computer Corp. Andros Inc
Abstracts: Deer culls vs. contraception. Is fur really dead? See how they run: a look at the hidden side of greyhound racing
Abstracts: Judging cruelty: no time for animals. Fur and bloody murder. San Mateo breeding ordinance gutted
Abstracts: Brother-and-Sisterhood against the pigeon shoot. Tough sledding for mushers. Nepotism at NAVS?
Abstracts: Broadening your diving horizons. Commercial diving defined. All about abalone
Abstracts: The who's who of the fish world: Book of Fishes. Bomba marine portraits: undersea art in vibrant colors. Video Fish Book: a motion picture guide to 64 common Caribbean species
Abstracts: Saying goodbye to an old flame; how smokers quit - and how you can help. Am I not a stud?
Abstracts: Can a little middle-age spread raise my risk of dying young? Gladys delivers
Abstracts: The magnificent Maldives: an exotic new vacation frontier, ideal for live-aboard loving North Americans. Tropical Princess III: exploring exotic Indonesia
Abstracts: Saying goodbye to an old flame; how smokers quit - and how you can help. part 2 Kissing cousins: when it comes to love and sex, humans behave surprisingly like bonobo chimps
Abstracts: A new age of miracles?: are Virgin Mary sightings and a new interest in angels signs from above? How much dough for the big cheese?
Abstracts: Our turn now. Class bias on campus. The (video) revolution will be televised
Abstracts: The shame game: is shame nothing to be ashamed of? There's no place like (a mobile) home. Is there a doctor (of women's health) in the house?
Abstracts: Political healing. The blue balls bluff: winking at abusive sexual behavior isn't the answer. Right Livelihood Award - 1991
Abstracts: Is environmental restoration a good idea? Is voc ed a dead end? Do work apprenticeships really offer high school students a chance at a future?
Abstracts: Diminished choice. The Luddites are back: can technology-bashing save our souls? The right rises in Europe
Abstracts: Show biz shopping. No exit here. Kids in the cuckoo's nest
Abstracts: Beatle wigs & cereal boxes: the thriving subculture of pop culture collectibles. Bread and roses for all
Abstracts: The nose of love. A galaxy of trekkies. Yes, we have no bananas
Abstracts: New Options: requiem eterna. Jim Hightower. What a doll!
Abstracts: Who's on top? a revisionist history of men and women. Tell me more. Want to be creative? Don't do anything!
Abstracts: Getting there: transportation planners should focus on fiber optics and shoe leather instead of more concrete
Abstracts: The DNA-ing of America. Down for the count. Just how creative are you? An easy quiz to discern your undiscovered genius
Abstracts: The perfect dictatorship: U.S. support props up Mexico's corrupt politicians. Don't count labor out: with labor laws stacked against them, union activists seize new tactics to fight back
Abstracts: Deconstructing community: can a house divided survive hard times? The four stages of environmentalism
Abstracts: Top info tech execs share marketing insights; roundtable participants discuss research, brands and corporate image
Abstracts: GE's 'relational database' keeps lines open to all customers. Secret agent, your assignment ... sell more upgrade lamps!
Abstracts: Striving for creativity: Fujitsu looks for unique ways to deliver its message. To Maui with love: Mazda incentive program drives parts sales
Abstracts: They're itching: 'bad guys' of '88 ready to roll. Nicotine patch suppliers Ciba-Geigy, American Cyanamid meet intense demand
Abstracts: Can ethical management and managed care coexist? Governance of integrated delivery systems/networks: a stakeholder approach
Abstracts: The physician executive: role in the adaptation of American medicine. The end of autonomy? Reflections on the postprofessional physician
Abstracts: The decline of organizations and the rise of administrators: Parkinson's Law in theory and practice. Voluntary provision of public goods: the multiple unit case
Abstracts: 16-foot transports approved in Georgia. Watch out for 'tying' in community retailing. LIHC reduces tax liabilities
Abstracts: A task-level assessment of job satisfaction. Work-nonwork conflict and the perceived quality of life. The role of facet importance as a moderator in job satisfaction processes
Abstracts: In his new novel, William Kennedy furthers the madness and melodrama of the Phelan family. A cinematic sensibility
Abstracts: Ferragamo's artful designs, long sought after by the cognoscenti, are feted in a new book. With a range of luscious colors and chic animal prints, designers steer driving shoes in a new direction
Abstracts: Don't be a water hog. Portable fire. Honey, we blew up the bugs
Abstracts: Legal fight to save 'ecological cathedral'. Work-to-rule threatens tranquillity of forest idyll. Travellers who bought site fight eviction order
Abstracts: Sound the trumpet. Lost in the stars. Aiming high
Abstracts: Business failures are flexible. Middle class 'still worse off' despite 1p rate cut. Untying the financial knot
Abstracts: 'We'll do what needs to be done.' (Labour leader Neil Kinnock and his plans two days before the general election)
Abstracts: Fish scientists seek the halibut's secrets. Love affairs with leather, lace ... and car exhausts. A mysterious killer stalks the moors
Abstracts: Free market 'barbarians' breach the Marxist gate. Where true democracy is the first casualty. Kazakhs in thrall to a colonial past
Abstracts: What nobody ever asked Ann Clwyd. '... off, I've had enough of you.' (Alan Sugar) (Interview) 'Are you, or have you ever been, a genius?' (interview with Sir Clive Sinclair) (Buyers Guide)
Abstracts: Holy men and evil spirits. Soap that cleans up all over the world. It'll never be as big as your local station
Abstracts: A washing machine on life-saver cycle. Rebellion in the non-commissioned ranks. The African fish man of Saughton Prison
Abstracts: Two steps back to the kitchen. Two heroes in transformation. A life devoted to pursuit of power
Abstracts: Maverick rides to the rescue of industry. Apple starts to rot. Toyota motors into town
Abstracts: In the company of other wolves. 'I like a pseudo-humble level of existence. I didn't have any aspirations to become a star. I was just into it. Axl, on the other hand, had a vision ...' (Slash, guitarist with rock band Guns N'Roses)(Interview)
Abstracts: Taking strides. Cutting parts down to size. The art of persuasion
Abstracts: Will the trains run on time? Global floaters versus the local voters. Ocean wars that no one can win
Abstracts: Fourth man guilty of riot at jail: Chapel uprising began 25 days of destruction. A lifetime in jail and a burning injustice
Abstracts: Jewish survivors confront a past shaped by a devil. In a German churchyard, the past is put to rest. Discreet, and devoted to dialogue
Abstracts: Performance gets a rave review. More pay - now for higher status. Fit to face a trip off the beaten track
Abstracts: Intensive care. By republican appointment. Assailing the centuries
Abstracts: In search of Starr's quality. The cat who sang like a chick. Keeping a stiff upper Brit
Abstracts: Sowing seeds of rural wealth. Self-help for bed-wetters. Listening to the kids
Abstracts: Learning by hearth. Magnificent seven. My five sons
Abstracts: Ages birth to 1. Snow wonder. The whole 9 months
Abstracts: A safer tan. Pain in the vein. Back talk
Abstracts: Making time for friends. Pamper by post. Critical nutrients for moms
Abstracts: Beat the yeast. Sitting pretty. Happy campers
Abstracts: Invasion of the blanket snatchers. What makes a child violent. Too much of a good thing?
Abstracts: Rushin' roulette. Down to the wires. Good eats!
Abstracts: Not your typical teenage moms. Home safe home. Oh, Christmas tree!
Abstracts: Moms 'n' melanoma. Under the sun. Shaving grace
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