Frank, Isaiah
April 1967
Foreign Affairs;Apr1967, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p520
This article examines the programs of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) that addresses the trade problems of the low-income countries. During the first UNCTAD in 1964, the conference made a significant point in relation between rich and poor countries. In early 1968, the second conference was being scheduled in New Delhi, India. In the 1960 to 65 record, experts finds a gap or a divergence between United Nations projections prepared for the first UNCTAD conference and the actual trends in the foreign trade of developing countries.


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