Aid Bill's Good Ends, Questionable Means

Committee hears of UK's "more detailed" development reform, and from Canadian officials who say proposals would increase costs and bureaucracy.

Lee Berthiaume
Published: Wednesday, 06/20/2007 12:00 am EDT

Following a 1994 scandal in which the British government was accused of using international aid money to further its business and political interests abroad, the parliament began to rethink how the country did international development.

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