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- South Summit Agrees to Revive North-South
Dialogue repeating to some points
- By Patricia Grogg and Dalia Acosta, IPS, 14 April
2000. The Group of 77 (G-77) coalition of developing
countries hopes that its first summit will give a new
boost to the North-South dialogue will help correct the
course taken by globalisation, whose benefits currently
bypass 80 percent of the world population.
- Castro's address to the South
- Complete text of President Castro's speech at the
opening session of the South Summit, 12 April 2000. Never
before did mankind have such formidable scientific and
technologic potential, such extraordinary capacity to
produce riches and well-being but never before were
disparity and inequity so profound in the world.
- Oil, a Hot Issue at South Summit
- By Patricia Grogg, IPS, 13 April 2000. The presence of
delegations from the members of the Organisation of
Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) at this week's
South Summit of Third World nations in Havana, and the
still oil high prices, have made the question of oil a
focus of the gathering.
- Secretary-General, in address to developing
South Summit calls for steps to make global
economy more equitable
- Press release, 24 May 2000. We, the peoples of the South,
should play a more active and influential part in world
affairs. We could do so with great benefit to ourselves
and to the world as a whole.
- Alliance between the global resistance
movement and the G-77 group of countries!
- 30 May 2000. The Mobilization for Global Justice sees
that the main conclusions, fair trade and cancellation of
the Third world's so called
debts, of the
recent G77 summit in Havanna, are the same as their