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Requests the Secretary-General to give high priority to an analysis of the main indicators of social progress and standards of living and make a comprehensive analysis of the main causes and circumstances that explain negative trends in those indicators, and reaffirms that chapters devoted to the study of specific social problems must be related to global economic and social situations; requests the Secretary-General, in preparing the 1993 report, to take into account the intrinsic relationship between economic growth and social development and to analyze in depth the impact of the economic problems of the developing countries on the world social situation.
Adopted at the 41st plenary meeting, 30 July 1992. In: Resolutions and decisions adopted by the Economic and Social Council at its substantive session of 1992, New York, 29 June-31 July and 18 August 1992. - E/1992/INF/7. - 27 Aug. 1992. - p. 76-77. - Issued in ESCOR, 1992, Suppl. no. 1.