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Read government country-by-country report on who should receive foreign aid

Canada's commercial interests have become a key consideration for Ottawa when it looks at which low-income countries should receive foreign aid, according to a government report obtained by The Globe and Mail. The document, from the now-defunct Canadian International Development Agency – which has been folded into the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade – highlights top trade and investment considerations for Canada in dozens of low-income countries.

Read seven things Canada wants from countries that get its foreign aid (for subscribers) and an in-depth story on aid to Sudan.

Canadian International Development Agency's country report

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