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Trade and Development Report 1996

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The new and illuminating report sheds light on some of the pressing policy issues facing developing countries and the international community as a whole. It explores the interaction of trends in the international economy with the prospects of developing countries. It compares current economic performance with that of the preceeding year and examines future economic prospects at the regional and global level. This special report also begins the task of examining the relevance of the Asian experience for us all to see and learn from.

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Explanatory notes

The classification of countries in this Report generally follows that of the UNCTAD Handbook of International Trade and Development Statistics 1994. It has been adopted solely for the purposes of statistical or analytical convenience and does not necessarily imply any judgement concerning the stage of development of a particular country or area. As noted in the Foreword to the Handbook, the classification differs from that used previously, in particular as regards regional and total aggregates for developing countries.

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