Aid for Trade at a Glance

Frequency :
Biennial
ISSN :
2223-4411 (online)
ISSN :
2223-4403 (print)
DOI :
10.1787/22234411
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This biennial joint OECD-WTO publication provides a comprehensive analysis of trends and developments in aid that aims to help developing countries integrate into the global economy and benefit from trade opportunities. Case stories and self-assessments by partner countries, bilateral and multilateral donor agencies, providers of South-South co-operation, and regional economic communities provide the basis for this analysis, coupled with OECD aid data and findings from evaluations and econometric studies.

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Aid for Trade at a Glance 2007

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Author(s):
OECD, WTO
Publication Date :
15 Jan 2008
Pages :
84
ISBN :
9789264043220 (PDF)
DOI :
10.1787/9789264043220-en

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Many developing countries, in particular the least-developed, face supply-side constraints that severely limit their ability to benefit from the multilateral trading system. In recognition of these challenges, the 2005 WTO Hong Kong Ministerial Conference called for the expansion and improvement of aid for trade and set in motion a process to achieve this. This first OECD/WTO review of aid for trade takes stock of trends and developments in aid for trade, provides an overview of donor and partner country responses to a survey, and presents a series of lessons for the next round of monitoring.

Table of Contents

-Acronyms
-Executive Summary
-Introduction: Putting a Spotlight on Aid for Trade
Chapter 1. Global Aid for Trade Flows
-Introduction
-What is the trend?
-Will there be additional aid for trade?
-Who are the main providers?
-Who are the main recipients?
Chapter 2. Donor Strategies, Policies and Practices
-Introduction
-What are the strategies and priorities?
-Are commitments increasing?
-Is the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness adhered to?
-Are programmes managed with clear objectives?
-Is mutual accountability taking place?
Chapter 3. Partner Country Strategies, Policies and Practices
-Introduction
-What are the strategies and priorities?
-How much aid for trade is received?
-Is the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness adhered to?
-Are programmes managed with clear objectives/
-Is mutual accountability taking place?
Conclusions
Annex I. Key Data
Annex II. Methodological Considerations
Annex III. List of ODA Recipient Countries by Region and by Income Group
Annex IV. OECD/WTO Donor and Partner Country Questionnaires on Aid for Trade