Japan’s ODA Still Going Strong
POLICY BRIEF, No. 95, May 23 2012.
In the 1990s, Japan was the world’s top donor. This position was lost in 2001, after a prolonged economic slump, a deteriorating fiscal situation, and increasingly critical public view of ODA made the Japanese government start cutting development assistance. Yet figures show that Japan’s ODA is still going strong.
Japan, Northeast Asia, Foreign Aid, Foreign Policy
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