International trade, finance and transport

In 2000, the revival in international economic activity and trade, which began in the second half of 1999, continued. Exports and imports of all groups of countries increased at significantly faster rates and became more balanced among countries. The improvements in growth were particularly marked in a number of developing countries and economies in transition. In contrast with the expansion in trade, capital flows to developing countries declined.

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