Launched during the 2005 WTO Ministerial Conference, which was held in Hong Kong, China, the WTO-led Aid for Trade initiative aims to help developing countries, particularly LDCs, build the supply-side capacity and trade-related infrastructure that they need to implement and benefit from WTO agreements and more broadly to expand their trade. The Aid for Trade Global Review, which usually takes place biennially, provides a platform to examine how developing countries, and in particular LDCs, can better utilize market access opportunities through targeted Aid for Trade; how this aid is assisting their integration into the global economy; how development partners are helping in this process; and, above all, the effectiveness of this support.

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