Among the main features of international economic relations in the years following the Second World War are the attempts that have been made to establish programmes of economic integration among less developed countries. These schemes have been implemented throughout the Third World, and particularly in Latin America and Africa.
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- Integration of Less Developed Areas and of Areas on Different Levels of Development (Main Paper, Working Group H)
- Palgrave Macmillan UK