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Aid for Trade effectiveness: What do evaluations say?

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The Aid for Trade (AfT) initiative has been hailed as highly successful in raising the profile of trade as a tool for development. Developing countries have increasingly mainstreamed trade in their development strategies, while donors have responded by mobilising additional resources for trade-related programmes and projects (together referred to as operations). The AfT initiative however requires a better assessment of its outcomes and impacts in terms of trade performance, poverty reduction, growth and development (...).
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hal-01024481 , version 1 (16-09-2014)

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Claire Delpeuch, Patrick Messerlin. Aid for Trade effectiveness: What do evaluations say?. Trade Negotiation Insights, 2011, 10 (7), pp.15-16. ⟨hal-01024481⟩

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