economic aid

NOUN
  1. gift of money or other material help to support a person or cause
    economic assistance to depressed areas
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How To Use economic aid In A Sentence

  • It has maintained diplomatic and geopolitical influence in those countries via arms sales and economic aid.
  • Whereas the United States was in favour of taking a tough line, Britain argued that economic aid should not be stopped.
  • Buchanan has said he would gradually eliminate all foreign economic aid and give only limited assistance in instances of humanitarian disasters.
  • Missiles were used as a bargaining chip in negotiations for economic aid.
  • He warned that no economic aid could be forthcoming until a long-term constitutional solution had been found.
  • They are holding out a carrot of $120 million in economic aid.
  • The president ordered a review of US economic aid to Jordan.
  • Russia's acceptance of economic aid from Western countries will speed up recovery.
  • After France cut back on economic aid and withdrew its troops in the mid-1990s, there has been a series of army mutinies and coup attempts.
  • The talks were originally meant to focus on normalizing diplomatic relations which would bring Japanese economic aid to North Korea.
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