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Industrial Cooperation Agreements

A recurrent theme in the Third World's demand for a new international economic order is their desire for a greater share of the world's industrial capacity to be transferred from the currently industrialised countries to countries in the Third World. The preferred instrument for effecting this transfer is so-called bilateral or multilateral international co-operation agreements. UNIDO is recommended as the forum for negotiating these agreements, but the form such co-operation should take is, as in the Lima Declaration, left rather vague, with the only injunction.

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