Flow of Intra-Commonwealth Aid 1968

Report by the Commonwealth Secretary-General

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Countries Supplying Assistance-Policies

Among Commonwealth countries, Britain is the most important source of assistance partly for historical reasons and partly because its resources are greater than those of other individual Commonwealth countries. However, Canada, Australia and New Zealand provide substantial amounts of aid to both Commonwealth and non-Commonwealth countries. While the major supplying countries base their aid policies primarily on bilateral programmes, they also put strong emphasis on regional assistance schemes.


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