"The allied statesmen who shaped the post-war international order would not recognize the planet we inhabit today… Interdependence has spawned a host of unprecedented social, ethical and economic dilemmas. No government alone can resolve the rage of problems before it." - Henry Kissinger, Nov., 1975. It was in this setting that the heads of state of six leading industrial nations of the free world met outside the French capital at the Chateau Rambouillet, November 15-17. Together the six countries - the United States, Japan, West Germany, France, Italy and Britain - account for fully sixty-five percent of the world's production and seventy percent of its trade.
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