Talk:Foreign relations of Antigua and Barbuda

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WTO Dispute with US[edit]

I think this may be appropriate to add to this page, if anyone knows much about it MrWeeble Talk Brit tv 16:35, 27 December 2007 (UTC)

I agree. The remark on the current page "International disputes: none" is quite misleading. The Internet gambling dispute with the USA has also made news because Antigua has, in retribution, opened its economy up to many software and internet ventures that other nations (USA included) dislike. Case in point, SlySoft DVD and BluRay DRM & regional encoding circumvention. Out where I live (in Asia), Antigua is ONLY known for these controversies, not for anything currently mentioned on this or the main Antigua-and-Barbuda pageSethnessatwikipedia (talk) 08:43, 14 February 2008 (UTC)