A new report by the Centre for Global Development finds that China is both a growing donor to global organisations while remaining a major borrower from development banks. Photo: EPA-EFE
A new report by the Centre for Global Development finds that China is both a growing donor to global organisations while remaining a major borrower from development banks. Photo: EPA-EFE

Time for fresh look at China’s unique global donor-borrower role: report

  • Centre for Global Development says China is second in voting power in development banks and made large contributions to United Nations agencies
  • ‘It’s taken its place as a major donor alongside countries like the US and Japan, but it’s still benefiting from the system,’ an author of the report says

Topic |   United Nations
A new report by the Centre for Global Development finds that China is both a growing donor to global organisations while remaining a major borrower from development banks. Photo: EPA-EFE
A new report by the Centre for Global Development finds that China is both a growing donor to global organisations while remaining a major borrower from development banks. Photo: EPA-EFE
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