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The Chinese Aid System

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Questions about Chinese aid—how large it is and how fast it is growing; how decisions are made on how much aid is provided each year; which countries receive it and how much they get; how the aid is managed within the Chinese government and how it is evaluated are explored. The Chinese are clearly set to play a major role in aid-giving worldwide, and the aid-giving governments of Europe, North American and Japan should expand lines of communication and, to the extent possible, collaboration with the Chinese. [CGD Essay].

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  • Carol Lancaster, 2009. "The Chinese Aid System," Working Papers id:2278, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2278
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    africa; Asia; Chinese; government; europe; north american; japan; poor countries; china; Health; American aid; africa; Education;

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