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During the 1970s and early 1980s, NAM sponsored a campaign for restructuring commercial relations between developed and developing nations, the New International Economic Order and its cultural offspring, the New World Information and Communication Order, which still has relevance today.
Additionally, the narrative highlights the economic crisis caused by the new international economic order, through the loss of foreign markets for export of Uruguayan products, and the shrinking purchasing power of the country's already impoverished citizens.
Referring to the global economic meltdown, Mukherjee called for crafting a new international economic order to put economy on a sound footing.
Nevertheless, he agrees with the outsourcing movement and with the decisions made by the world's multinational companies, the main drivers of the new international economic order.
Establishment of a New International Economic Order to promote the growth of underdeveloped countries and international economic cooperation.
The International Conference on Primary Health Care calls for urgent and effective national and international action to develop and implement primary health care throughout the world and particularly in developing countries in a spirit of technical cooperation and in keeping with a New International Economic Order.
Noting that subsidies to cotton growers in the United States will total $173bn for the next decade, Cote d'Ivoire Agriculture Minister, Sebastian Dano Djedje, says Africa "must fight to save our cotton sector to ensure that the new international economic order plays according to equal rules".
This plan was "part of that fundamental reorganization of human relationships in the world through the search for a New International Economic Order.