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Development issues : presentations to the 44th meeting of the Development Committee : Problemes de developpement : Commuications faites a la 44e reunion du Comite du Developpement (Francês)

The Development Committee considered a number of important development issues at its 44th meeting, held in Washington, D.C., on September 21, 1992. One of the two main agenda items was resource flows and transfers to the developing countries, on which the World Bank and the IMF (International Monetary Fund) prepared a paper for the committee. The second main item was a report by the World Bank on the legal framework for the treatment of foreign investment. This paper included a set of investment guidelines on the treatment of foreign direct investment. Ministers also took note of progress reports on trade policy developments, the outcome of the United Nations conference on environment and development, and the status of the International Development Bank (IDA) Deputies' negotiations on the IDA-10 Replenishment. In view of the general interest of these subjects, the papers prepared for this meeting are now published in this pamphlet.


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    Problemes de developpement : Commuications faites a la 44e reunion du Comite du Developpement

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