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July 27, 1987 | From Reuters
Japan's offer to use a slice of its enormous savings to help debtor nations has drawn a cool response from Third World states at a major international conference on trade and debt, delegates said Sunday. A plan to recycle $20 billion of Japan's current account surplus over three years is a modest concession to poor nations, compared with the $90-billion surplus posted for 1986, developing state delegates said.
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July 27, 1987 | From Reuters
Japan's offer to use a slice of its enormous savings to help debtor nations has drawn a cool response from Third World states at a major international conference on trade and debt, delegates said Sunday. A plan to recycle $20 billion of Japan's current account surplus over three years is a modest concession to poor nations, compared with the $90-billion surplus posted for 1986, developing state delegates said.
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