North-South report

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The North-South report (also Brandt Report ) is a report that on 12. February 1980 the South Commission Nord- General of the United Nations ensure the study named "The survival. Common interests of industrialized and developing countries ”. This happened under the chairmanship of former Chancellor Willy Brandt .

The study calls for the underprivileged countries of the South to be integrated into the world economy and demands that the industrialized nations support the developing countries . The report also ascribes central importance to a new world economic order that is supposed to represent a world economic system that is compatible with both developing and industrialized countries. A connection between armament and poverty in third world countries is also shown.


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