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Who is the new European development cooperation policy benefiting?

Lack of transparency and doubts on the real impacts and benefits of cooperation aid through the private sector are some of the issues that have been discussed today during a conference at the European Parliament.

Brussels, 21st March 2013. The civil society networks: ALOP, APRODEV, CIDSE, CIFCA, COUNTER BALANCE, EURODAD, GRUPO SUR and OIDHACO, together with European Parliamentarians from five political groups, organised the conference: “Aid to the private sector: promoting responsible investments? Latin America as a testing ground”, which took place on Thursday 21st March at the European Parliament.


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