Conference of African Ministers of Trade, Development and Finance
Author(s)/Corporate Author (s)United Nations. Economic and Social Council;
United Nations. EconomicCommision For Africa;
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The international development strategy for the second United Nations development decade, particularly its paragraphs 21 to 34 and 41 to 52 (General Assembly resolution 2626(XXV)), its resolution 218(X) on Africa's strategy for development in the 1970s, particularly its paragraphs to 22, recalling further declaration of the OAU assembly of heads of state and of government on the third session of the United Nations conference on trade and development, having noted resolution II on the promotion of international and intraregional trade in agricultural and agroindustrial products adopted by the seventh FAO regional conference for Africa, particularly its recommendation that steps should be taken to establish, under the aegis of OAU, an African common market commission, decision of the OAU assembly of heads of state and of government at its ninth session to convene conference of African ministers not only in order to strengthen their common stand vis-a-vis their partners in the international community in respect of development, but also and particularly, to study ways and means of promoting intra-African co-operation in economic development and trade.