Same old CIDA funding

Two articles in the Feb. 1 edition of Embassy (RE: "Mixing apples and rowboats: CIDA and the foreign aid debate," "Promote inclusive growth through trade in Asia") make it clear that the Harper government's use of foreign aid as the handmaid of an export-driven foreign policy is counterproductive, both to effective development assistance and to our country's industrial health.

Published: Wednesday, 02/08/2012 12:00 am EST

Two articles in the Feb. 1 edition of Embassy (RE: "Mixing apples and rowboats: CIDA and the foreign aid debate," "Promote inclusive growth through trade in Asia") make it clear that the Harper government's use of foreign aid as the handmaid of an export-driven foreign policy is counterproductive, both to effective development assistance and to our country's industrial health.

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