The percentage of EU states' GNI that is spent for aid.
According to this infographic, Europe’s aid to the developing world rebounded in 2013 after years of stagnation and decline, but experts believe this growth arrived too late to reach the percentage established for aid by 2015, which is 0.7% of GNI (Gross National Income).

Currently, not many countries are able to overtake that target and only Sweden, Luxembourg, Denmark and the UK have already reached their aim, while Spain, Slovenia, Greece, the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia are the countries with less chances to reach it.

Do you think European countries should send money to the developing world?

If yes, what should be the correct percentage of GNI?

Do you think that every country should respect the same target?

What about those countries more strongly affect by the economic crisis?