India’s development co-operation: Case of four countries

The study takes a closer look at India’s development cooperation with vital Southern partners such as Bhutan, Nepal, Indonesia and Cambodia. India has abiding relationships with all four countries and has further intensified its bilateral economic and political relations with them in recent years. The report captures the contours of India’s official development assistance, probes its strengths and shortcomings, and posits learnings for future action.

Specifically, the report aims to address the lacuna that exists in examining the strategic motives for India’s development partnerships as well as in analysing the socio-economic impacts of projects undertaken with India’s assistance, in the context of these countries.


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March 2016
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