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Zimbabwe-Towards One-Party Rule

A South Korea or a Brazil may perhaps benefit from Arab imports; for the rest, the prospects are hardly bright However, Clausen's classification does not necessarily improve matters. Of his four groups, one comprises the populous states of China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Indonesia. What sort of common interests do these countries have? On what issues will these nations fake a common stand? China is likely to cut into India's 'official development assistance' from the OECD countries and also concessional assistance from the multilateral agencies. India and Pakistan have not been the best of neighbours, and India and Bangladesh have been quarrelling over the Farakka waters and more recently jute.

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