Traducción de foreign aid en Español:

foreign aid

ayuda económica al exterior, n.


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    ayuda económica al exterior femenino
    asistencia económica al exterior femenino
    ayuda externa
    • The Kingdom relies heavily on foreign aid and remittances from citizens working abroad.
    • They subsist on foreign aid and what money they can make mainly as day laborers.
    • They want to add in the cost of civil defence and foreign aid to the defence budget.
    • And a sensible course of foreign aid and trade policy was abandoned in favor of war.
    • He also ran into difficulty during his recent tour of Africa, after saying foreign aid would not help alleviate poverty.
    • Jordan, to be blunt, cannot afford to alienate its creditors and its sources of foreign aid.
    • If we spent as much on foreign aid as we do on defence, there would be no hunger, no famine, and a lot less disease in this world.
    • According to the UN, there are five million people in Afghanistan who depend entirely on foreign aid for food.
    • Fundamental to this victory was the American treatment of foreign trade as foreign aid.
    • Some development specialists are concerned that foreign aid may also cause a resource curse.
    • He said he was yet to determine whether any foreign aid was needed, since authorities were still assessing damages.
    • The liberal kids happily cut away at military spending, NASA, and foreign aid.
    • Both would help lift obstacles to foreign aid and investment, which Pakistan desperately needs.
    • One reason for American stinginess, I think, is a sense that foreign aid is money down a rat hole.
    • How countries manage their own resources is much more important than foreign aid.
    • Most foreign aid hasn't helped poor people because it was never intended to help poor people.
    • The various island nations of the Pacific receive more foreign aid per capita than almost anybody else.
    • In the third wave of foreign aid, it is private money that is making the difference.
    • In survey after survey, the median estimate is that foreign aid eats up 20 percent of the federal budget.
    • It was totally reliant on foreign aid, because government money had dried up.