Trade over aid

Harcourt, Tim
October 2006
BRW;10/5/2006, Vol. 28 Issue 39, p17
Trade Publication
The article discusses a study by the German Marshall Fund, titled "Reconciling Trade and Poverty Reduction," that analyzes public opinion on trade and globalization in France, Germany, Great Britain and the United States. According to the research, 64% of all respondents chose trade over aid. Around 74% of respondents from Germany preferred trade over aid, followed by Great Britain at 71%, United States at 58%, and France at 53%.


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