U.K.’s Bilateral Aid Increases British Exports, Creates Jobs, ODI Research Shows

Devex: Every $1 of U.K. aid increases U.K. exports by $0.22, study finds
“Bilateral aid has a positive impact on British exports and job creation, new research out [Thursday] suggests. Every $1 of aid from the United Kingdom creates $0.22 in new exports, according to a study by the Overseas Development Institute. It suggests that, as a result, the U.K.’s 2014 bilateral aid budget of about $5.9 billion created approximately 12,000 jobs domestically…” (Anders, 5/18).

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