was associated with an increased likelihood of transition to multi-party elections, democracy aid was not.
At this point, there remain questions as to whether or not GCC economic aid
will be able to offset these political and reputational risks.
It was even less in 2010 when the total economic aid
of $200m could provide less than $3 per capita income.
During most of the 1980s, Syria's support of the Iranian revolution and that country's war with Iraq deprived it of most Arab economic aid
Clinton was speaking in defence of a budget request for nearly $100m for future economic aid
to the North.
Japan's government is finalizing plans to provide Pakistan with up to $1 billion in economic aid
over the next two years, according to recent press reports.
Ms Ritchie had sought to release pounds 30million in unspent cash in her department but claimed Executive colleagues used the money to help fund an economic aid
Most people will be surprised to learn that the United Kingdom hands pounds 38 million a year to China in the form of economic aid
And the Nethercutt Amendment cuts off certain types of economic aid
for countries unwilling to sign such agreements, including assistance related to disability issues, the promotion of democracy, and the curbing of human trafficking.
We need to provide economic aid
to this country for 10 years.
This experience, and her work after the war with the organisation which administered US economic aid
to Europe's devastated nations, left Jackson with a passion for European unity which still fires her in her 80s.
In 2001, the firm's personnel told residents on Vieques Island that they would get economic aid
from the United States if they supported the Navy, which wanted to continue using the island for aerial bombing practice.