Development Planning and Aid

  • Andrew Webster


At the start of the International Monetary Fund’s 1988 Annual Conference held in West Berlin 40000 anti-IMF demonstrators marched against the Conference demanding fundamental changes to the Fund’s investment and aid policies for the Third World. Rather than relieving Third World poverty the IMF’s programmes were attacked as being the very cause of this poverty.


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