How the Trade Facilitation Agreement can help reduce trade costs for LDCs

July 19, 2016

The Aid for Trade (AfT) initiative launched at the WTO’s 2005 Hong-Kong ministerial meeting has been successful at raising funds. But after five biennial reviews, showing that AfT flows have helped countries build their supply-side capacities has proved elusive. 

 

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Topics: LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES (LDCS) TRADE FACILITATION AID FOR TRADE

Authors: INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR TRADE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (ICTSD)

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