The U.N. General Assembly will consider a proposal to boost aid to developing nations, but there is little consensus about the best way to pay for it, according to a report released Monday.
The World Bank said it would support a package of $500 billion to pay countries to spend on development projects, but that there is no consensus among the world’s largest aid agencies on how to pay.
The World Resources Institute’s World Development Report said that it is unclear how much money countries will actually spend on developing the world, and that the money is likely to come from the International Monetary Fund or the World Bank.
The institute’s report comes as the World Trade Organization and the International Finance Corporation are facing growing criticism for their failure to help developing countries cope with the financial crisis and for failing to help them build the capacity to pay back loans and buy goods and services.
A few developing countries, such as China and India, have already received billions of dollars in U.K. and U.F.O. aid, and the U .
S. has received millions of dollars.
But a significant portion of the aid has gone to countries that are not developed enough to qualify for U.s. aid.
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim said in an interview that the U … will support a proposal from the General Assembly to increase aid to countries which are spending on development.
But he said the General would have to determine how much it would cost and if it would benefit the U.
“The World Development report said that while there is a lot of agreement about the way to provide support, there is still a lot that needs to be worked out in the field of finance.
It recommends that countries should focus on infrastructure investment, infrastructure finance, infrastructure capacity building, and labor market development.
It said that many countries are already building up their development capacities, but the report says that much work remains to be done.