Foreign aid is a dangerous drug that can stimulate in small doses but become fatally addictive in larger doses.

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Be_dip said:   1 decade ago
It is not like that foreign aids are exactly brought form foreign. Think then how the price of medicines will increase because of Taxes. Exactly what is happening is that the chemical formulas are adopted from foreign companies but these all are made in India. What we need to do is that choose the right alternatives if we do not feel comfortable with the medicines. As these allopathic aids never reduce their compositions because of high effectivity.
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Kits said:   1 decade ago
Ya this can be seen from independance. We got independance 60 years ago foreigners left but their impact on us is still existing.
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Sumit Mishra said:   1 decade ago
Basically I do agree as our friend that Foreign aid is a dangerous drug but for certain limit. Some for our friends has given example as Pakistan has taking various aid from country like US. And US has established full fledged military bases on its lands but we should not forget US established military base only killed the most wanted terrorist Osama Bin Laden last year.

Now if we come to India's prospective, I think India should allow FDI for certain extent which helps them to improve there market conditions. If retail companies like Walt mart, The Home Depot comes under Indian retail market this will give alots of opportunities to all unemployed people of our country & all companies need to purchaser from at-least 30% of there good from small scale retailer & all FDI companies need to purchaser product which are made in India. This doesn't mean developing country like US or other country wants to take advantage from under developing countries like India.
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Nitish said:   4 years ago
In my opinion, foreign aid is more dangerous than its short-term benefit. A foreign aid is usually provided to countries which currently are facing a crisis. In order to overcome the crisis the aid can be helpful if the termss negotiated are fair. If the terms at the outset are risky then the aid can prove to be more dangerous than the crisis.
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