tied aid

tied aid
economic aid given by one country to another provided that it is spent on products of the giving country, foreign assistance to boost export market

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • tied aid — UK US noun [uncountable] economics money given to a country or area where people need it, but they have to agree to spend it only on goods and services provided by the country or organization that has given the money Thesaurus: international… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Tied aid — Distributions of tied and untied aid[1] Tied aid is foreign aid that must be spent in the country providing the aid (the donor country) or in a group of selected countries. A developed country will provide a bilateral loan or grant to a… …   Wikipedia

  • Tied Aid — ⇡ Lieferbindung …   Lexikon der Economics

  • tied aid — UK / US noun [uncountable] economics money given to a country or area where people need it, but they have to agree to spend it only on goods and services provided by the country or organization that has given the money …   English dictionary

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  • aid —   transfer of resources from a donor to a recipient. May be undertaken at a variety of scales usually under the following conditions:   bilaterally between national governments. The donor will usually attach specific conditions both economic and… …   Geography glossary

  • tied — adjective 1》 Brit. (of accommodation) occupied subject to the tenant s working for its owner.     ↘(of a pub) owned and controlled by a brewery. 2》 (of aid or an international loan) given subject to the condition that it should be spent on goods… …   English new terms dictionary

  • Untied aid — Untied Aidis assistance given to developing countries which can be used to purchase goods and services in virtually all countries. [ “Untied aid,”OECD Glossary of Statistical Terms, OECD.org, 18 July 2007 .] It is contrasted with tied aid which… …   Wikipedia

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