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Prospects

, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp 603–610 | Cite as

Concerning a borderline case: Aid to the least-developed countries

  • Joseph Ki-Zerbo
Elements For a Dossier: Aid to Education and the New International Order
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Abstract

  1. 1.
    The same criticism was levelled at the early Club of Rome reports, which calssified countries according to figures or even geographical regions. Efforts are now being made to incorporate qualitative indicators.Google Scholar
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    All African LDSs have many professionals working in the wealthy countries. In some cases these professionals outnumber the co-operation workers received by the LDCs by way of assistance from those same wealthy countries.Google Scholar

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  • Joseph Ki-Zerbo

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