The Group of 77 and China
The Group of 77 and China (G77) is a loosely affiliated group of developing countries whose goal is to advance the economic interests of developing countries. It was established on 15 June 1964 by 77 countries in Geneva. To date, with a membership totalling 134 countries, the G77 is the largest intergovernmental organisation of developing countries in the United Nations which provides the platform for developing countries to articulate and promote their collective economic interests and enhance their joint negotiating capacity on all major economic capacity on all major international economic issues within the United Nations system, and promote South-south cooperation for development.
Botswana has been a member of the G77 since
For more information on the group of G77, please visit www.g77.org