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Threat or Opportunity for Human Progress ? Economic Change. Publication date: January 1992. Shows the decade of the 1980s as a period of crisis, depression and lost opportunity for many developing countries. Back to top. Promoting the work and knowledge of the UN through marketing, sales and distribution of publications, data and merchandise.
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