CGD Panel Discussion Examines Policy Alternatives To Foreign Aid, Including Investment, Trade

ONE Campaign: Beyond Aid: What should the next U.S. President do to bolster global development?
David Kortava, ONE’s U.S. press coordinator, discusses a recent panel discussion at the Center for Global Development, where “thought leaders in development policy discussed a range of tools beyond monetary assistance — in areas like trade, investment, and migration — that the next presidential administration could employ to further global prosperity.” He notes the panelists especially “stressed the importance of engaging the private sector” (7/21).

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