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Chapter 30, Problem 11SQP
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Why would an LDC argue for “trade, not aid”?

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The reason for the preference for trade than aids by less developed countries.

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Less developed countries have to face political as well as economic constraints related to foreign aid. Foreign aid undertakes not only policies related to trade but also related to human rights, politics, or military. Less developed countries have low savings to invest in the formation of domestic capital...

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