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|Title:||Mix and Match? How countries deliver development cooperation and lessons for China|
|Citation:||Vazquez, Karin, Xiaojin, Mao and Yao, Shuai. (2016). Mix and Match? How countries deliver development cooperation and lessons for China. New York: UNDP/CAITEC, pp 1-173|
|Abstract:||As an emerging development partner, China has been steering efforts to more effectively deliver its foreign aid. This report examines and compares the development cooperation modalities and management systems of China and six other countries: Brazil, India, Japan, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States, drawing policy recommendations for improving the effectiveness of China’s foreign aid.|
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