Technical cooperation among developing countries : the example of central Africa
Author(s)/Corporate Author (s)United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa;
United Nations. Economic and Social Council;
United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa;
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The States of Central Africa, and particularly Chad, Gabon, Burundi and Rwanda, regard technical co-operation among developing countries as a system likely to promote self-sufficient development, using more suitable technologies and facilities. This policy, which is far from being systematic, is based on the following principles, subscribed to by all the States: equity and determination to help one another. Failure to observe these principles seems, to lead some States to with draw from specific groupings and even sometimes causes the total disappearance of the grouping.