ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Vol VI No 6 February 6, 1971 THE poorer countries of the world have for years been making ineffective protests about the falling prices on the international market of their exports of primary commodities. Their major customers have been the rich, industrialised nations, who have successfully stalled most demands for long-term agreements on minimum fixed prices for the primary exports of the poorer segment of the world, on the plea that they cannot tinker with market forces as this will involve a total change in the traditional methods and structure of international trade. However, in cases where the manufactured goods

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