Sub-Saharan African countries are among those receiving the largest share of foreign aid per capita. Ever growing interests in Africa’s resources and land makes development aid an effective instrument in relations between donor and recipient African countries. Advanced industrialized countries remain main traditional donors in Africa while there are newly emerging donor countries which are attracting much international attention. China and Turkey represent special cases in the sense that both are still aid recipient countries, on one hand, on the other, they are seemingly engaging Africa as donor countries.
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