Japan and many African countries have come to realize that both sides can obtain benefits through closely coordinated aid policies. Moreover, Japan sees itself to represent a distinct voice in the international donor community while Africa needs foreign aid from all sources. This book examines Japan's foreign aid policy within the theme of a globalized economy in which Japan and Africa are inextricably connected.

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