Groupe de Carthagène
Grupo de Cartagena
21-22 June 1984, Cartagena de Indias (Colombia), as a permanent regional forum for consultation on debt matters, in particular addressed to securing an efficient exchange of relevant information. Also known as Group of Eleven -- Groupe des onze, or Group of 11 -- Groupe des 11.
Agree on a common strategy for establishing a direct dialogue with the 7 most industrialized countries (USA, Japan, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Canada), so as to ensure best possible conditions for re-negotiating terms of external loans and to avoid compromising economic development.Available with paid subscription only.
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