Central banks and other national government agencies may have important contributions to make in shifting the existing African-Latin American trade to the payments systems of these two regions. Central banks should stimulate the use of these mechanisms for interregional payments, lift foreign exchange restrictions and stimulate corresponding relations among commercial banks. In light of the successful operation of the swap facility in the Asian Clearing Union (ACU), the latter has offered ACU's technical assistance this area. The representative of ACU regarded the mandatory channelling of relevant transactions as an element in the success of his grouping.
Governments should give general political support to interregional cooperation and adopt appropriate policies aimed at eliminating the obstacles to this cooperation, such as the lack of efficient telecommunication and transportation facilities and the tariff and non-tariff barriers hindering the flow of external trade among developing countries.
2. One good solution for development is when there is national policy dealing with health care, education, and social empowerment, and such policy is supported by global initiatives such as by the World Bank, UN agencies, and other multi-lateral groups (Amartya Sen).