Definition of 'donor country'
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Donor countries often fund projects tailored to suit their own economic interests, not those of the recipients. Times, Sunday Times (2008)What remains unclear is why donor countries continued to provide aid despite clear signs much if it was being siphoned off by corrupt officials. Times, Sunday Times (2014) This means that donor countries such as Britain will have less control over what happens to any contribution they make. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Aid groups and donor countries have been too scared to protest publicly in case the Government shuts down their programmes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Aid agencies and donor countries accused the US military of giving its own aircraft priority. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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