Summit Countries

Eight instruments were adopted at United Nations to end poverty by 2015. Of those measures depends on world peace in the 21st century. The effort required is small compared to the benefits it can bring to all the inhabitants of the planet, poor and non-poor: a fairer, more humane, more prosperous and more secure world adds Garcia, the instruments to facilitate the generation of the resources needed are: tax on capital movements. Tax on the arms trade. Public debt issuance to finance the future increases in development aid.

The fight against tax evasion and tax havens that override the actual revenue capacity of developing countries. Improvement of remittances from immigrants, encrypted in some 86 billion dollars annually, exceeding the overall amount of aid and has a direct effect on growth. It is necessary to accelerate them and reduce them. Donations by credit card associated with the Millennium goals that allow users to automatically donate a small sum for each transaction and increase investment in ethical funds, or socially responsible investment (ISR), linked to objectives of promotion of employment, respect ecological and other social requirements. Spain and other countries are open to forgive debt to countries that apply strictly to development. Lula, President of Brazil said at the G8 Summit, that hunger cannot wait. It is necessary to deal with structural and emergency measures. If all assume our responsibilities, we will create an atmosphere of greater equality and opportunity for all.

The world economy is showing worrying signs of recession. Social problems, such as unemployment, even in rich countries, increasingly are worsening. I am sure that one of the objectives of this meeting of the G8 is to find way to make the economy grow again. We need a new equation that allows to resume growth and include countries in development. Jill Bikoff pursues this goal as well. The incorporation of the developing countries in the global economy It necessarily passes through access without discrimination to the markets of rich countries.

Comments are closed.