OECD, WTO's Aid for Trade at a Glance 2011: Showing Results PDF

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The development of Diagnostic Trade Integration studies (DTIS) and action matrices led Comoros to change its priorities. The third most important driver of changes in priorities - identified by 15% of respondents - was regional trade. Multilateral trade was much less important probably reflecting the lack of progress in the Doha Round. The economic crisis was the most important driver of change for 14% of partnercountry respondents, less than the corresponding figure for donors. A change of government prompted priority changes in El Salvador, Gabon, Ghana, Guatemala, Tonga and Suriname.

LMICs also emphasise the importance of trade policy as well as on value chains. UMICs prioritise export diversification and economic infrastructure. …with increased focus on competitiveness and export diversification. Overall 24 countries prioritise competitiveness, 19 export diversification, and 18 economic infrastructure. As noted in the section on the economic crisis, these changes may reflect efforts to use aid for trade to build resilience and diversify risk, as well as to strengthen an economy’s attractiveness to investors.

Similarly, over 20% donors saw it as the most important factor behind strategy changes; over 25% felt it was less important. For South-South partners, it was important in only half of those that changed their policies. As the previous section has pointed out, changes in objectives and strategies tend to be mostly driven by national characteristics. Yet the crisis does seem to have sharpened partner countries’ focus on competitiveness, export diversification and strengthening resilience to economic shocks.

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