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India is Evolving from Being a ‘Recipient’ to a ‘Donor’ (The Policy Times)
August 25, 2018
By Nandika Chand
India is one of the youngest and fastest emerging economies in the world. Over the years, the nation has evolved and continues to do so politically, diplomatically and digitally as well as through policies. In the last thirty years, India has emerged from a ‘recipient’ of foreign aid to a ‘donor’. India is a nation, walking that fine line between being a ‘developing’ and ‘developed’ country.
According to an article by the Centre for Global Development, India Emerges as an Aid Donor, “India has quietly transitioned to a donor country, emerging on the world stage as a significant provider of development assistance.”