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              https://tradingeconomics.com/rwanda/unemployment-rate

              10 - Burundi Unemployment Rate:
              https://tradingeconomics.com/burundi/unemployment-rate

              11  - Low Incom Developing Countries:  Fiscal Deficit from 2000-2017:

              http://data.imf.org/?sk=061a17b2-7e6a-4b58-9b17-
              042af9e59a3d&sId=1409151544549
              12  -Kenya , Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi ,Trade Balance ( As %
              of GDP)

              http://dataportal.opendataforafrica.org/xedzxdg/afdb-socio-economic-data-
              base-1960-2019

              13 -Aid (ODA) disbursements to countries and regions [DAC2a]

              http://stats.oecd.org/#
              14  -United Nations Development Program )UNDP(,Human Development Indi-

              ces and Indicators,) New York:UNDP,2018(
              15  - Ekanayake, E. M, ” The Effect of Foreign Aid on Economic Growth in Develop-
              ing Countries”, American Economic Association,)Florida: American Economic

              Association, NO. OC09003,2011
              16  - Karry, Aart, and Cloudio, “Poverty Traps,Aid,and Growth”, Journal of Eco-

              nomic Development ,) London: Elsevier Science Ltd, Vol.82,2007(
              17- Moyo,Dambisa:Dead Aid:Why Aid is Not Working and How is A better Way for
              Africa,)London:Farrar Straus,2009(

              18-M .Hashem ,Pesaran, Yongcheol , Shin and  Richard j.Smith, “Bounds Testing
              Approaches to the Analysis of Level Relationships”, Journal of Applied Econo-
              metrics, Vol.16, 2001 pp. 289-326 at:

              http://www2.dse.unibo.it/bontempi/didattica/MacroEPELM/PESARAN-SHIN-
              SMITH%20bound%20testing%20JAE%202001.pdf

              19- Macroeconomic stability, inclusive growth and employment:


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