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A poor target

11 April 2014 By Christopher Swann

The 0.7 percent share of GDP rich countries are pegged to donate to poor ones was set in 1970. World Bank boss Jim Kim just praised the UK for becoming one of only five to meet the goal. Such assistance is too political, though, and not the most effective way to spur development.

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