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3.3 Conclusion: Economic Report on Africa 2007
It is expected that the recent renewed global attention to the problems of developing
countries will contribute to redressing the trends towards marginalization of these
countries. This renewed attention could have a positive impact on African economies,
allowing them to consolidate the positive growth performance recorded over
the past years. This interest in the problems of developing countries was exhibited
in the Doha Round of negotiations initiated in 2001, which brought development
issues to the centre of the debate in the negotiations. The interest in development was
also illustrated in the Monterry Consensus with a global commitment to increase aid
and cancel debt for developing countries.
This chapter has highlighted these new trends in global attention against the problems
of developing countries in general and African countries in particular. The
chapter has also underscored the delays and gaps between commitments and their
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