By Dominique Njinkeu, Hugo Cameron
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See ICTSD/IISD (2003). 6 SDT holds that global trade rules cannot apply equally to countries at different levels of development. 10:25 P1: KAE 9780521889513int CUUS108/Ileap 6 978 0 521 88951 3 November 2, 2007 Hugo Cameron and Dominique Njinkeu (MTS). As such, it goes hand-in-hand with the concept of SDT. Different and more favorable treatment for those countries less able to compete has become essential to ensuring proportionality in the commitments undertaken by developed and developing countries, reflecting their differing abilities to obtain benefits from the trading system.
The chapters in Part I – Aid for Trade Genesis and Architecture – take a close look at the origins of Aid for Trade and examine the global architecture, modalities, and costs associated with its implementation. In so doing we attempt to frame the discussion with respect to how Aid for Trade can be classified, funded, and delivered, with an emphasis on the perspectives of beneficiary countries. In moving towards 4 At the Gleneagles Summit in July 2005, leaders of the G8 developed countries agreed to increase aid to developing countries to build physical, human, and institutional capacity to trade, and to grant additional support for trade capacity building.
9 This problem is exacerbated by the fact that many countries are operating along regional lines in the trade field, and effective Aid for Trade delivery may well require a regional approach. The WTO Aid for Trade Task Force recognized this, and recommended exploring the merits of establishing Regional Aid for Trade Committees, comprising sub-regional and regional organizations and financial institutions, to oversee the implementation of the regional dimension of Aid for Trade. The explicit recognition of a WTO interest in and responsibility for aid at Hong Kong has offered the possibility that the supply-side concerns of the multilateral trading system’s less-advantaged members will start to be taken seriously.
Aid for Trade and Development by Dominique Njinkeu, Hugo Cameron