Development at the turn of our century
Today's rapid and profound international evolution requires an update of the development agenda. As East-West relations alter radically and forge history, new trends in global capital markets; telecommunications and new technologies erode inexorably the old structures and alter permanently the economic landscape. As the century turns, traditional issues of transfer must be re-examined. New Items emerge on the development agenda. This paper will address the first two of these development issues: capital markets and technologies; and it will examine them in connection with other more traditional issues: 1) voluntary transfers of resources; 2) the debt crisis; 3) the securing of markets for developing countries' exports.
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"The Evolving International Economy,"
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