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    Smile Em nộp bi 20.

    Im Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Development Report.
    Foreign aid is an important part of international efforts to reduce poverty. The United States Agency for International Development has an estimate of the amount given since the early nineteen fifties. It says seventy countries have received more than one million million dollars in payments and loans from Western nations.
    But does foreign aid work? Reporter Aida Akl recently discussed the issue with several experts for VOA's focus program.
    Michael Radew is a researcher at the World Policy Institute in New York. He says foreign aid can leave to, in his words, "all the wrong economic policies that made those countries poor in the first place." Mister Radew argued that it does not help the majority poor people in a country. Instead, he says, it strengthens the officials in power who are generally unelected.
    Other experts say foreign aid has produced missed results, depending on where and how the money is spent. They noted successful examples like Taiwan and South Korea. The two have since become wealthy enough to give foreign aid themselves.
    Steve Radelet is a researcher at the Center for Global Development in Washington, D.C. He says foreign aid is least effective in countries like Somalia and Haiti where governments are especially weak. And he says it is "highly risky" also in politicly insecured countries like Iraq and Afghanistan. But Mister Radelet says the world must continue to give money, even though some of it will disappear or be stolen.
    United Nation experts agree that foreign aid faces difficulties in parts of the world without much democracy. In southern Africa, poverty rates increase from forty-one percent in nineteen eighty-one to forty-six percent in two thousand one.
    The director of the Poverty Reduction Program at the World Bank noted the situation in sub-Saharan Africa. But Luca Barbone says foreign aid has done a lot to reduce poverty worldwide.
    Yet because it is often stolen or misused, there are calls for new methods of giving. George Ayitey is a Ghanaian-born economics professor at American University in Washington. He says Western countries should give less aid, but remove trade barriers so they import more goods from developing nations. Professor Ayitey also suggests that donor nations direct how they want their money spent.
    This VOA Special English Development Report was written by Jill Moss. Our reports are online at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.

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    Does Foreign Aid Work? Opinions Are Divided

    Im Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Development Report.
    Foreign aid is an important part of international efforts...(1) to reduce poverty...(2). The United States Agency...(3) for International Development has an estimate...(4) of the amount given...(5) since the early nineteen fifties. It says seventy countries have received...(6) more than one million million dollars in payments and loans...(7) from Western nations.
    But does Foreign Aid Work...(8)? Reporter Aida Akl recently discussed the issue with several experts for VOA's focus...(9) program.
    Michael Radew is a researcher...(10) at the World Policy institute...(11) in New York. He says foreign aid can lead to...(12), in his words, "all the worms...(13) economic policies that made those countries poor...(14) in the first place." Mister Radew argues...(15) that it does not help the majority of...(16) poor people in a country. Instead, he says, it trades them...(17) the officials in power...(18) who are generally unelected...(19).
    Other experts say foreign aid has produced mix results...(20), depending on where and how...(21) the money is spent. They noted...(22) successful examples like Taiwan...(23) and South Korea. The two have since become wealthy enough...(24) to give foreign aid themselves...(25).
    Steve Radelet is a researcher at the Center for Global...(26) Development in Washington, D.C. He says foreign aid is list...(27) in countries like Somalia and Haiti where governments are especially weak...(28). And he says it is "highly risky...(29)" also in politicly insecure ...(30) countries like Iraq and Afganistan...(31). But Mister Radelet says the world must continue to give money...(32), even though some of it will disappear...(33) or be stolen...(34).
    United Nations...(35) experts agree that foreign aid faces...(36) difficulties in parts of the world without much...(37). In southern Africa, poverty rates increases...(38) from forty-one percent in nineteen eighty-one to forty-six percent in two thousand one.
    The director of the Poverty Reduction...(39) Program at the World Bank knows the situation...(40) in sub-Saharan Africa. But Luca Barbone says foreign aid has done a lot to reduce...(41) poverty worldwide.
    Yet because it is often stolen or ...(42), there are called...(43) new methods of giving. George Ayitey is a Ghanaian-born economics profressor...(44) at American University in Washington. He says Western countries should give less ages ...(45), but remove ...(46) so they import ...(47) more goods from developing nations. Professor Ayitey also suggests that all the nations...(48) direct how they want their money spent.
    This VOA Special English Development Report was written by Jill Moss. Our reports are online at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.

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    Em nộp bi.
    Im Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Development Report.
    Foreign aid is an important part of .international efforts.(1) to reduce.poverty.(2). The United States .Agency.(3) for International Development has an .estimate.(4) of the amount .given.(5) since the early nineteen fifties. It says seventy countries .have received.(6) more than one million million dollars in payments and .loans.(7) from Western nations.
    But does foreign aid work.(8)? Reporter Aida Akl recently discussed the issue with several experts for VOA's .Focus.(9) program.
    Michael Radew is a .researcher.(10) at the World Policy .Institute.(11) in New York. He says foreign aid can.lead to.(12), in his words, "all the .wrong.(13) economic policies that made those countries .poor.(14) in the first place." Mister Radew .argues.(15) that it does not help the majority of.(16) poor people in a country. Instead, he says, it .strengthen.(17) the officials .in power.(18) who are generally.unelected.(19).
    Other experts say foreign aid has produced.mix-results.(20), depending on .where and how.(21) the money is spent. They .noted.(22) successful examples like .Taiwan.(23) and South Korea. The two have since become .wealthy enough.(24) to give foreign aid.themselves.(25).
    Steve Radelet is a researcher at the Center for .Global.(26) Development in Washington, D.C. He says foreign aid is .least effective.(27) in countries like Somalia and Haiti where governments are.especially weak.(28). And he says it is "highly .risky.(29)" also in .politically in secure.(30) countries like Iraq and .Afghanistan.(31). But Mister Radelet says the world must continue to give money.(32), even though some of it will .disappear.(33) or be .stolen.(34).
    .United Nations.(35) experts agree that foreign aid .faces.(36) difficulties in parts of the world without much.democracy.(37). In southern Africa, poverty rates .increased.(38) from forty-one percent in nineteen eighty-one to forty-six percent in two thousand one.
    The director of the Poverty .Reduction.(39) Program at the World Bank .notes the situation.(40) in sub-Saharan Africa. But Luca Barbone says foreign aid has done a lot to .reduce.(41) poverty worldwide.
    Yet because it is often stolen or.misused.(42), there are .calls for.(43) new methods of giving. George Ayitey is a Ghanaian-born economics .professor.(44) at American University in Washington. He says Western countries should give.less aid.(45), but remove .trade barriers.(46) so they .import.(47) more goods from developing nations. Professor Ayitey also suggests that .donor nations.(48) direct how they want their money spent.

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    Does Foreign Aid Work? Opinions Are Divided


    I’m Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Development Report.
    Foreign aid is an important part of international efforts(1) to reduce poverty(2). The United States Agency(3) for International Development has an estimate(4) of the amount given(5) since the early nineteen fifties. It says seventy countries have received(6) more than one million million dollars in payments and loans(7) from Western nations.
    But does foreign aid work(8)? Reporter Aida Akl recently discussed the issue with several experts for VOA's focus(9) program.
    Michael Radew is a researcher(10) at the World Policy Institude(11) in New York. He says foreign aid can lead to(12), in his words, "all the wrong(13) economic policies that made those countries poor(14) in the first place." Mister Radew argues(15) that it does not help the majority of(16) poor people in a country. Instead, he says, it strengthens(17) the officials in power(18) who are generally unelected(19).
    Other experts say foreign aid has produced mixed results(20), depending on where and how(21) the money is spent. They note(22) successful examples like Taiwan(23) and South Korea. The two have since become wealthy enough(24) to give foreign aid themselves(25).
    Steve Radelet is a researcher at the Center for Global(26) Development in Washington, D.C. He says foreign aid is least effective(27) in countries like Somalia and Haiti where governments are especially weak(28). And he says it is "highly risky(29)" also in politically insecure(30) countries like Iraq and Afghanistan(31). But Mister Radelet says the world must continue to give money(32), even though some of it will disappear(33) or be stolen(34).
    United Nation's(35) experts agree that foreign aid faces(36) difficulties in parts of the world without much democracy(37). In southern Africa, poverty rates increased(38) from forty-one percent in nineteen eighty-one to forty-six percent in two thousand one.
    The director of the Poverty Reduction(39) Program at the World Bank notes the situation(40) in sub-Saharan Africa. But Luca Barbone says foreign aid has done a lot to reduce(41) poverty worldwide.
    Yet because it is often stolen or misused(42), there are calls for(43) new methods of giving. George Ayitey is a Ghanaian-born economics professor(44) at American University in Washington. He says Western countries should give less aid(45), but remove trade barriers(46) so they import(47) more goods from developing nations. Professor Ayitey also suggests that donor nations(48) direct how they want their money spent.
    This VOA Special English Development Report was written by Jill Moss. Our reports are online at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Steve Ember.

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    Im Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Development Report.
    Foreign aid is an important part of .international.efforts.(1) to reduce.poverty..(2). The United States .agency..(3) for International Development has an .estimate..(4) of the amount given...(5) since the early nineteen fifties. It says seventy countries had received...(6) more than one million million dollars in payments and loans...(7) from Western nations.
    but does foreign aid work...(8)? Reporter Aida Akl recently discussed the issue with several experts for VOA's focus...(9) program.
    Michael Radew is a researcher...(10) at the World Policy institute...(11) in New York. He says foreign aid can lift to..(12), in his words, "all the .wrong..(13) economic policies that made those countries .poor..(14) in the first place." Mister Radew ..argues.(15) that it does not help the majority of...(16) poor people in a country. Instead, he says, it strengthens ...(17) the officials empower ...(18) who are generally .on elected..(19).
    Other experts say foreign aid has produced.. mix results.(20), depending on where and how...(21) the money is spent. They .note..(22) successful examples like .Taiwan..(23) and South Korea. The two have since become .wealthy enough..(24) to give foreign aid. Themselves ..(25).
    Steve Radelet is a researcher at the Center for global...(26) Development in Washington, D.C. He says foreign aid is less effective ...(27) in countries like Somalia and Haiti where governments are. especially weak..(28). And he says it is "highly risky...(29)" also in politically insecure ...(30) countries like Iraq and Afghanistan...(31). But Mister Radelet says the world must continue to .give money..(32), even though some of it will be disappeared...(33) or be stolen...(34).
    United Nations...(35) experts agree that foreign aid ...(36) difficulties in parts of the world without much.democracy..(37). In southern Africa, poverty rates increase ...(38) from forty-one percent in nineteen eighty-one to forty-six percent in two thousand one.
    The director of the Poverty reduction...(39) Program at the World Bank .notes the situation ..(40) in sub-Saharan Africa. But Luca Barbone says foreign aid has done a lot to reduce...(41) poverty worldwide.
    Yet because it is often stolen or.. misuse .(42), there are core points...(43) new methods of giving. George Ayitey is a Ghanaian-born economics .professor..(44) at American University in Washington. He says Western countries should give. less aid..(45), but remove ...(46) so they .import..(47) more goods from developing nations. Professor Ayitey also suggests that .donor nations..(48) direct how they want their money spent.
    This VOA Special English Development Report was written by Jill Moss. Our reports are online at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.

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    Im Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Development Report.
    Foreign aid is an important part of (1)international efforts to reduce (2)poverty. The United States (3)agency for International Development has an (4)estimate of the amount (5)given since the early nineteen fifties. It says seventy countries (6)have recieved more than one million million dollars in payments and (7)loans from Western nations.
    (8)But does foreign aid work? Reporter Aida Akl recently discussed the issue with several experts for VOA's (9)focus program.
    Michael Radew is a (10)researcher at the World Policy (11)institude in New York. He says foreign aid can (12)lead to, in his words, "all the (13)wrong economic policies that made those countries (14)poor in the first place." Mister Radew (15)argues that it does not help the (16)majority poor people in a country. Instead, he says, it (17)strengthens the officials (18)impowered who are generally(19)unelected.
    Other experts say foreign aid has produced (20)mixed results, depending on (21)where and how the money is spent. They (22)note successful examples like (23)Taiwan and South Korea. The two have since become (24)wealthy enough to give foreign aid (25)themselves.
    Steve Radelet is a researcher at the Center for (26)global Development in Washington, D.C. He says foreign aid is (27)less effective in countries like Somalia and Haiti where governments are (28)especially weak. And he says it is "highly (29)risky" also in (30)politically insecured countries like Iraq and (31)Afghanistan. But Mister Radelet says the world must continue to (32)give money, even though some of it will (33)disappear or be (34)stolen.
    (35)United Nation experts agree that foreign aid (36)faces difficulties in parts of the world without much (37)democracy. In southern Africa, poverty rates (38)increase from forty-one percent in nineteen eighty-one to forty-six percent in two thousand one.
    The director of the Poverty (39)Reduction Program at the World Bank (40)note the situations in sub-Saharan Africa. But Luca Barbone says foreign aid has done a lot to (41)reduce poverty worldwide.
    Yet because it is often stolen or (42)misused, there are (43)calls for new methods of giving. George Ayitey is a Ghanaian-born economics (44)professor at American University in Washington. He says Western countries should give (45)less aid, but remove (46)trade barries so they (47)import more goods from developing nations. Professor Ayitey also suggests that (48)donor nations direct how they want their money spent.
    This VOA Special English Development Report was written by Jill Moss.


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    Nộp bi c ơi, nộp bi c ơi.
    Foreign aid is an important part of international efforts(1) to reduce poverty(2). The United States Agency (3) for International Development has an estimate (4) of the amount given (5) since the early nineteen fifties. It says seventy countries have received (6) more than one million million dollars in payments and loans (7) from Western nations.
    But does foreign aid work(8)? Reporter Aida Akl recently discussed the issue with several experts for VOA's focus(9) program.
    Michael Radew is a researcher(10) at the World Policy Institute(11) in New York. He says foreign aid can lead to(12), in his words, "all the wrong(13) economic policies that made those countries poor(14) in the first place." Mister Radew argues(15) that it does not help the majority of(16) poor people in a country. Instead, he says, it strengthen(17) the officials impowered(18) who are generally unelected(19).
    Other experts say foreign aid has produced mixed results(20), depending on where and how(21) the money is spent. They note(22) successful examples like Taiwan(23) and South Korea. The two have since become wealthy enough(24) to give foreign aid themselves(25).
    Steve Radelet is a researcher at the Center for Global(26) Development in Washington, D.C. He says foreign aid is least effective(27) in countries like Somalia and Haiti where governments are especially weak(28). And he says it is "highly risky(29)" also in politically insecured(30) countries like Iraq and Afghanistan(31). But Mister Radelet says the world must continue to give money(32), even though some of it will disappear(33) or be stolen(34).
    United Nations(35) experts agree that foreign aid faces(36) difficulties in parts of the world without much democracy(37). In southern Africa, poverty rates increases(38) from forty-one percent in nineteen eighty-one to forty-six percent in two thousand one.
    The director of the Poverty Reduction(39) Program at the World Bank notes the situation(40) in sub-Saharan Africa. But Luca Barbone says foreign aid has done a lot to reduce(41) poverty worldwide.
    Yet because it is often stolen or misused (42), there are calls for(43) new methods of giving. George Ayitey is a Ghanaian-born economics professor(44) at American University in Washington. He says Western countries should give less aid(45), but remove trade barriers(46) so they import(47) more goods from developing nations. Professor Ayitey also suggests that ...(48) direct how they want their money spent.


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    Mặc định

    1, international efforts
    2, poverty
    3, Agency
    4, estimate
    5, given
    6, have received
    7, loans
    8, But does foreign aid work?
    9, focus
    10, researcher
    11, Institute
    12, lead to
    13, wrong
    14, poor
    15, argues
    16, majority of
    17, strengthens
    18, in power
    19, unelected
    20, mixed results
    21, where and how
    22, note
    23, Taiwan
    24, wealthy enough
    25, themselves
    26, Global
    27, least effective
    28, especially weak
    29, risky
    30, politically insecure
    31, Afghanistan
    32, give money
    33, disappear
    34, stolen
    35, United Nations
    36, faces
    37, democracy
    38, increase
    39, Reduction
    40, notes the situation
    41, reduce
    42, misused
    43, calls for
    44, professor
    45, less aid
    46, trade barriers
    47, import
    48, donor nations

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    Mặc định unit 20

    1 international efforts
    2 poverty
    3 Agencies
    4 estimate
    5 given
    6 have received
    7 loans
    8 But does foreign aid work?
    9 focus
    10 researcher
    11 Institute
    12 lead to
    13 wrong
    14 poor
    15 argues
    16 majority of
    17 strengthens
    18 in power
    19 unelected
    20 mixed results
    21 where and how
    22 note
    23 Taiwan
    24 wealthy enough
    25 themselves
    26 global
    27 least effective
    28 especially weak
    29 risky
    30 politically unsecured
    31 Afghanistan
    32 give money
    33 disappear
    34 stollen
    35 United Nation
    36 faces
    37 democracy
    38 increase
    39 Reduction
    40 notes the situation
    41 reduce
    42 misused
    43 called for
    44 professor
    45 less aid
    46 trade barriers
    47 import
    48 donor nations


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