Play with it but keep it at bay

Preece, Howard
October 1999
Finance Week;10/29/99, p20
Advises the government of South Africa to avoid getting too closely caught up in the workings of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). Economic crisis brought by the organization on developing countries and transition economies; Failure of the UNCTAD to play its role as a pressure group and mega-league lobbyists for all middle income and developing nations.


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