One response to “The G-77 at 50: “South-South cooperation still necessary””

  1. Bafotigui SAKO

    South-South Cooperation, which originated as idea from the Non Aligned Conference of Cancun in 1955, is becoming a reality nowadays as developing countries realize where their forces lie for their mutual development. The trickle-down effect expected from growth never came into effect, despite the structural adjustment programmes (SAP) and all sorts of paradigms experienced since then.