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Trade and Development Report 2000

Global Economic Growth and Imbalances

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A valuable resource for those involved in international business and economic development, the Trade and Development Report (TDR) 2000, issued by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), examines current performance and prospects in the world economy. Held in high regard by political decision makers and researchers the world over, the Report this year examines whether the current recovery in the global economy is built on solid foundations. It asks how the promise of an economic future underpinned by new technologies stands with the growing instability and uncertainty of market-driven globalization. The Report also looks at the elements of the East Asian recovery and considers policy options likely to bring about sustainable growth and development.

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Foreword

UNCTAD’s Trade and Development Report has become a valuable analytical source on trends and prospects in the global economy, and its challenging analysis of pressing economic issues is eagerly anticipated, particularly by policy makers in the developing world. This year’s Report continues the tradition. Fortunately, the economic storm clouds which began gathering over East Asia in 1997 have now broken, and the world economy last year posted a recovery that surpassed expectations.

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