Yen for Development Pb (Paperback)ISLAM (author)
Paperback 243 Pages / Published: 01/03/1991
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Japan has just replaced the United States as the world's top donor of foreign aid. Yet many, particularly in the United States, believe that while Japan is doing more, it is not doing enough. To study this issue, the Council on Foreign Relations convened a group of distinguished Japanese and American aid experts, academics, and officials from the two countries and multilateral development institutions. Their Findings, contained in a series of essays, are especially timely: a debate is growing over the effects that Japans new role as an aid superpower will have on U.S.-Japan relations and the global economy. This volume will be the sourcebook for that discussion.
Publisher: Brookings Institution
Number of pages: 243
Weight: 350 g
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