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.



Macroeconomic management, financial governance, and development: Selected policy issues

Amongst the topics of the agreed annotations to the provisional agenda for UNCTAD IX was the consideration of national and international policies needed to enable full advantage to be taken of the opportunities for growth and development offered by the new global context while minimizing the risks of new imbalances and instabilities, including those in international financial markets. Greater integration of financial markets has increased the amounts and categories of financing potentially available to entities throughout the world economy.


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