Economic and Financial Committee agenda

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1 Economic and Financial Committee Federative Republic of Brazil Encouraging Countercyclical Policies to Avoid a Recurring Worldwide Financial Crisis The General Assembly, Observing that the world has seen the effects of global financial crisis, Recognizing that cyclical nature and tendencies of developed member states is largely responsible for the worldwide financial crisis, Noting further that developing countries have minimal resources to mitigate the effects of a worldwide financial crisis, Understanding that countercyclical policies are necessary to avoid the recurrence of such worldwide financial disasters, Convinced that a collaborative effort among both developed and developing nations is required, 1. Proclaims that countercyclical policies are the primary way to avoid the recurrence of a worldwide financial crisis; 2. Calls upon all developed member states to implement countercyclical economic and social policies to prevent a worldwide financial crisis; 3. Urges the inclusion of developing nations in policy discussions and deliberations so they may implement countercyclical policy in accordance with national needs 4. Suggests that member states implement countercyclical policies to protect national interests from a worldwide financial crisis; 5. Recommends that member states develop programs to address social issues relating to cyclical economic impact and encourage infrastructure development.
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The General Assembly Economics and Finance The Replublic of Colombia The Financial Crisis and International Trade The General Assembly, Aware of the rippling effect of the global crisis on the economies of the world, Bearing in mind the crucial role of globalized trade in the development process many nations of the world, Noting with deep concern the slowdown in the growth rate of the world economy to 1/2 of a percent in 2009, Taking note of the incidence of protectionist trade measures as a policy to stimulate domestic markets, Noting further the difficulty for export oriented economies, especially emerging ones, to move onto the path of recovery because of the dramatic decreases in their exports, Recalling the purpose of the WTO as the encouragement of free trade by reducing, if not completely eliminating both the severity and incidence of trade barriers, 1. Strongly reaffirms resolutions 61/186 of January 2007 and 62/184 of January 2008; 2. Expresses deep concern at the increased incidence of protectionist trade measures in the event of the global economic downturn; 3. Deplores the fact that increased protectionist policies have hindered the economic recovery of the world as a whole, and of developing and emerging countries in particular; 4. Recognizes the need for increased South-South trade as well as South-South economic cooperation; 5. Calls upon all member states to reverse any recently adopted tariffs, quotas, or barriers of the kind, especially when directed towards developing and emerging countries’ exports; 6. Strongly encourages all member states to bear in mind the interdependence of all nation
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