Global Dialogue: The New International Economic Order
Global Dialogue: The New International Economic Order discusses the world's economic landscape, including international meetings, declarations, conventions, plans, and programs that aim for international economic order.
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The Economic Scene
The Seventh Special Session
Reviewing the last halfdecade
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