Aid for trade (multilateral) initiative

Overview

$60 million, 2014-2018

A recent multilateral aid for trade initiative, the Australian Global Trade Integration Facility, was jointly launched by the Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop, and the Trade and Investment Minister, Andrew Robb, in July 2014. It will support projects on trade policy and regulations, as well as private sector development and research. This Facility includes existing aid for trade commitments as well as new investments. A new investment under the Facility is Australia’s $6 million contribution over three years to the World Bank’s Trade Facilitation Support Program.

Related documents*

Name of document Year published Type
WTO Annual Report on Technical Assistance and Training, 2013 (through the Global Trust Fund) 2014 Annual report
Enhanced Integrated Framework Mid-term Review Final Report 2012 Final report
OECD—Aid for Trade at a Glance: Connecting to Value Chains 2013 Analysis

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* The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is committed to high standards of transparency and accountability in the management of the Australian aid program through publishing information on our website, including policies, plans, results, evaluations and research. Our practice is to publish documents after the partner government and any other partners directly involved in the delivery of the initiative have been consulted. Not all material published on this site is created by the Australian aid program and therefore not all documents reflect our views. In limited circumstances some information may be withheld for reasons including privacy and commercial sensitivity.






 

 





Last Updated: 28 October 2014