trade not aid

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A slogan epitomizing the view that industrial countries could facilitate the progress of less developed countries (LDCs) more by liberalizing their treatment of LDC exports than by aid payments. The argument is that aid may be spent inefficiently whereas better access to Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development markets for LDC products such as textiles would promote sustainable development consistent with countries' comparative advantage.

Subjects: Economics.

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