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If the U.S. government provided military equipment to Egypt, it would be an example of _____. A)debt rescheduling B)the United Nations Development Program C) foreign aid D)foreign direct investment
If the U.S. government provided military equipment to Egypt, it would be an example of foreign aid.
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If the U.S. government provided military equipment to Egypt, it would be an example of foreign aid.
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