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Aid for Trade at a Glance 2013
Connecting to Value Chains
OECD, World Trade Organisation. Published by : OECD Publishing / World Trade Organisation , Date de parution:  26 sept 2013
Pages: 410 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264201026 , Code OCDE: 432013121P1
Prix:   €70 | $98 | £63 | ¥9100 | MXN1260 , Frais de livraison inclus
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Autres langues:  Français (Bientôt disponible)
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This joint OECD-WTO publication puts a spotlight on aid for trade to assess what is happening, what is not, and where improvements are needed. The analysis is focused on trends in aid-for-trade policies, programmes and practices. It shows that the Aid-for-Trade Initiative is delivering tangible results in improving trade performance and bettering people’s lives, notably those of women, in developing countries.

The report highlights that aid for trade plays an important role in enabling firms in developing countries to connect with or move up value chains. In fact, the emergence of value chains strengthens the rationale for aid for trade.

Stakeholders remain actively engaged in the Aid-for-Trade Initiative. The 2013 monitoring exercise was based on selfassessments from 80 developing countries, 28 bilateral donors, 15 multilateral donors, and 9 providers of South-South co-operation. Views were also received from 524 supplier firms in developing countries and 173 lead firms, mostly in OECD countries.

Tables des matières:

Abbreviations and acronyms
Executive summary

-How aid for trade is monitored
-Who participated in the 2013 monitoring exercise?
-Structure of the report
Chapter 1. Is aid for trade adapting to new realities?
-How are partner countries adapting their strategies?
-Are donors responding to new patterns of trade?
-How is the private sector involved?
Chapter 2. Aid-for-trade flows and financing
-How important is aid for trade in the context of development finance?
-How much aid for trade is provided and what does it support?
-Who are the recipients of aid for trade?
-Who are the providers of aid for trade?
-How is aid for trade delivered?
-What is the outlook for aid-for-trade flows?
Chapter 3. Value chains and the development path
-Value chains as a pat h towa rds development
-Are value chains prioritised in aid for trade?
-Public views on entry ba rriers to value chains 
-Private views on entry barriers to value chains
-Engaging the private sector
Chapter 4. Boosting value chains via regional aid for trade 
-Regionalism, regionalisation and the role of value chains
-Regionalism and production networks in developing economies
-Regional aid for trade as an efficient catalyst of value chains
-Case stories of regional aid for trade used to promote value chains 
Chapter 5. Evaluating the effectiveness of aid for trade
-What is success in aid for trade?
-Results through the evaluation prism
-New evidence : updating the aid for trade and trade relationship
-The emergence of global value chains : implications for aid for trade
-Management systems : using aid for trade effectively
Chapter 6. The way forward
-The way forward .
Aid-for-Trade Country Fact Sheets
-Explanatory notes on Aid-for-Trade Country Fact Sheets
-Antigua and Barbuda
-Burkina Faso
-Cape Verde
-Central African Republic
-Congo, Dem. Rep. of
-Costa Rica
-Côte d’Ivoire
-Dominican Republic
-El Salvador
-Papua New Guinea
-Saint Kitts and Nevis
-Saint Lucia
-Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
-Trinidad and Tobago

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