Demand for New International Economic Order
The emergence of the Demand for New International Economic Order as a result of growing discontent among the Third World countries due to global inequalities has been traced through recent history till present. The book also discusses the effect of the collapse of the Soviet Union and the economic manifestation of Communist Coopereration and the emergence of New Regional Economic Blocs like EU, NAFTA, SAPTA, APEC, etc.
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lntroduction and Historical Setting
Quest for New lnternational Economic Order
Within and Outside United Nations
Towards Global Economy
agreement Agriculture American APEC areas Asian Assembly Bangladesh barriers billion bloc Bretton Woods Bretton Woods system cent collapse common communique crisis Delhi demand developing nations dominated Dunkel Draft economic cooperation economic relations establishment Europe European exports favourable foreign free trade Gandhi GATT global Group of 77 growth important industrialized countries interest international economic investment issues Japan labour lbid less developed countries liberalization lndia lnternational Economic Order lnternational Monetary Fund major military multilateral negotiations NlEO Non-Aligned Movement North North-South Dialogue Pakistan Peace political poor countries problems programme promote proposals reforms regional SAARC SAPTA service sector social South Asia south-south cooperation Soviet Union structural Summit superpower tariff Third World Third World countries trade in services TRlPS UNCTAD underdeveloped United Nations Uruguay Round World Bank world economic World Focus world trade World Trade Organisation