Some British Territories Could Qualify For Official Development Assistance Under New OECD Rules

BBC News: U.K. aid for wealthier overseas territories after rule change
“British overseas territories hit by natural disasters could get access to foreign aid under plans agreed by the richest nations, the BBC has learned. Some Caribbean islands damaged last year by hurricanes did not get official development assistance because their national incomes were too high. After U.K. pressure, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has agreed a new mechanism…” (Landale, 11/1).

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