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    ITC is "100% Aid for Trade"

     

    The Aid for Trade initiative was launched at the World Trade Organization's (WTO) Hong Kong Ministerial Conference in December 2005. Aid for Trade helps developing countries, particularly least-developed countries, build the trade-related skills and infrastructure necessary to implement and benefit from WTO agreements and to boost their trade.

    WTO is launching a series of regional reviews in lead up to the 2nd global review on 6-7 July 2009.

    ITC, as the 100% Aid for Trade agency, is delivering on priorities expressed by stakeholders in Aid for Trade reviews.

    ITC's three main strategic objectives correspond to the Aid for Trade agenda.

    In addition, ITC's primary aim has always been to assist enterprises by:
     

    • Helping to make national policy environments more friendly for export business.

    • Strengthening national and regional institutions that provide services to exporters.

    • Helping enterprises to become more competitive in the global market.


     

    ITC's PARTICIPATION IN AID FOR TRADE EVENTS IN 2010

    Aid for trade Regional Review for ECOWAS

    26 January 2010
    Abuja, Nigeria

    ITC session on "Connecting West African farmers to the market"

    17 March 2010
    WTO, Geneva

    WTO Workshop on Aid for Trade and Development Finance

    27 May 2010
    WTO, Geneva

    WTO Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation, including ITC session

    19 July 2010
    WTO, Geneva

    Aid for Trade Ministerial meeting for SPECA countries

    1-2 December 2010
    Azerbaijan

     
     
     
     

    ITC'S AID FOR TRADE ARCHITECTURE

    As the joint agency of the United Nations and the World Trade Organization, ITC enables small business export success in developing countries. ITC's objectives fully support three of the five pillars of the Aid for Trade Agenda as well as the objectives of the Enhanced Integrated Framework.

    ITC's Aid for Trade architecture