U.K. MPs Criticize Timing Of DfID’s Decision To End Aid To India, South Africa

The Guardian: U.K. MPs censure DfID over decision to end aid to India and South Africa
“The U.K.’s decision to end bilateral aid to India and South Africa by 2015 was ‘neither methodical nor transparent, but related to short-term political pressures,’ a group of MPs has said. … The committee accepted the rationale for sending aid to some middle-income countries and not others, but expressed concerns about the timing of the decisions on India and South Africa” (Tran, 1/7).

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