Global Economic Prospects and the Developing Countries, Volume 1
World Bank, 1991 - Developing countries - 71 pages
This report deals with three issues that are central challenges facing developing countries as they participate in the global trading system.
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Structural factors affecting the world economy
The role of primary commodities
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adjustment aggregate analytical group annual percentage change Appendix table average annual percentage billion capita incomes capital commodity prices Côte d'Ivoire creditworthiness debt crisis debt relief debt service decade decline deficit devel developing coun developing countries developing regions domestic Downside Baseline High East Asia Eastern Europe economic performance expected external finance Figure flows foreign direct investment G-5 countries GDP growth GDP per capita Germany global economy grow high real interest higher imports increased indebted countries industrial and developing industrial countries inflation international trade Japan Japanese Latin America levels long-term manufactures markets ment Middle East North Africa OECD oil prices oping countries output percentage point policies population population-weighted prospects ratio Real GDP real interest rates risk severely indebted Source South Asia structural reforms Sub-Saharan Africa terms of trade tion trend U.S. dollars U.S. economy uncertainty United Uruguay Round World Bank data world economy world trade