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Understanding the Basics: Debates in the Theories and Practices of Aid

  • Zeqi QiuEmail author
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Part of the China and Globalization 2.0 book series (CHGL)

Abstract

According to a brief review of the history, we know that aid between countries in the modern era is traced back to the Marshall Plan in the 1950s. After the Second World War, the economies of European countries and Japan suffered massively and were in dire need of revival.

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