The OECD and the WTO have collaborated closely to develop a framework for monitoring aid for trade. This framework has three levels: global monitoring of aid-for-trade flows, based on the OECD Creditor Reporting System; donor monitoring, in the form of self-assessments; and in-country monitoring, also in the form of self-assessments.
This joint OECD/WTO report provides the first comprehensive global picture of aid for trade and will enable the international community to assess what is being achieved, what is not, and where improvements are needed. The report is divided into two volumes: 1st Global Review, and Country and Agency Chapters.
Aid for Trade at a Glance 2007: 1st Global Review
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FOREWORD by the Secretary-General Angel Gurrïa and the Director-General Pascal Lamy [1 page, PDF]
Acknowledgements / Table of Contents / Acronyms [5 pages, PDF]
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY [5 pages, PDF]
INTRODUCTION: Putting a Spotlight on Aid for Trade [4 pages, PDF]
CHAPTER 1: Global Aid for Trade Flows [16 pages, PDF]
CHAPTER 2: Donor Strategies, Policies and Practices [13 pages, PDF]
CHAPTER 3: Partner-Country Strategies, Policies and Practices [11 pages, PDF]
CONCLUSIONS [3 pages, PDF]
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
Aid for Trade at a Glance 2007: Country & Agency Chapters
This volume presents the donor and partner-country responses to the questionnaires sent as part of the first OECD/WTO exercise to monitor aid for trade.