Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates on Wednesday said India is becoming less dependent on aid and eventually would not need it.
His remark came while observing that economic growth is allowing many developing nations to devote more resources for their poorest people.
"The good news on resources is that many developing countries have growing economies that allow them to devote more resources to helping their poorest people. India, for example, is less dependent on aid and will eventually not need it," Gates said in his annual letter.
Thursday, 31 January 2013
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