EFFECTS OF FOREIGN AID TO AFRICA
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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Accumulated aid provided by the international community to Africa has reached hundreds of billions of dollars. But such assistance does not seem to help Africa achieve development—Africa remains poor and backward.
BSc Hons INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND FINANCE
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